Watch the Omega Procedure on Houston’s KPRC TV News!

May 23, 2016

A little over a year ago, Natasha Davis, a Houston mom, had a severe migraine nearly every day. She was frequently bedridden. She missed work and time with her husband and kids. She tried everything to get rid of the pain, including Botox injections and medications.

KPRC Natasha and Chapman

Nothing worked. Until Dr. Jack Chapman (pictured), an anesthesiologist and surgeon with the Migraine Treatment Centers of America, recommended the Omega Procedure, a surgically implanted system that essentially disrupts the pain signals migraines send to the brain.

It’s been a year since Natasha had her surgery and she credits the procedure with changing her life. Last week, television station KPRC featured Natasha, Dr. Chapman, and the Omega Procedure in a 2-minute spot by reporter Haley Hernandez. If you are unfamiliar with the procedure, you have to check it out! The brief video includes a nice introduction to the procedure and post-op photos of Natasha.

You can view the video here: Natasha’s Omega Procedure.

Let’s just pause on what Natasha said. Thirteen migraines. In one year. Before the Omega Procedure, she may have had double that in one month! Listening to Natasha, it’s hard to imagine her great energy stuck in a dark room in pain. The Omega Procedure really does work.


If you or someone you love suffers from migraines and you have tried medications, Botox, or other ways of getting rid of the pain, give the Migraine Treatment Centers of America a call. Currently we have facilities in four states—Texas, Arizona, Michigan, and Tennessee—and we welcome patients traveling from out of state.

If you have questions about the procedure or would like to speak with someone about whether you are eligible, please fill out the form on this page or give us a call at 281.310.5613.


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