Headache Treatments

There are a variety of conditions that can cause headaches, such as chronic migraines, inflammation in the occipital nervetrigeminal neuralgia, other facial pain syndromes, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain.

Depending on the underlying issue, a skilled interventionist may be able to offer less invasive procedures, such as nerve blocks in the affected regions. Minimally invasive techniques can alleviate congenital or acquired structural defects in bone, neural structures, and connective tissue, allowing for rapid reduction in pain.

These treatments may succeed where other therapies have failed and can reduce long term health burdens to the patient, such as by minimizing reliance on opiate medications.