The use of occipital nerve stimulation (ONS) for the prevention of Migraines and headaches is in clinical trials and has been of great interest to those sufferers with intractable Migraines and headaches that do not respond well to treatment. The first clinical trial data has now been released, shedding some light on how well the treatment works and what may lie ahead.
What is occipital nerve stimulation (ONS)? ONS involves delivering a small electrical charge to the...Read more
Full Question:I have a 25+ year history of migraines which have developed into daily chronic migraines. I have tried most medications with... Read more »
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Full Question:Can you tell me if the Occipital Nerve Stimulator is working for migraines? I have read about the process but can't find many... Read more »
Full Question:My migraines have become more frequent (2-3 a week) and severe (9-10 on the 10 scale) over the last 5 years. I have tried... Read more »