Occipital Nerve Block
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What is It?
Occipital nerve block is a form of surgical pain block in the region around the occipital nerves that involves injecting a local anesthetic. Migraine and other headaches (such as occipital neuralgia Occipital nerve blocks relieve headaches by suppressing pain signals sent to the brain by the occipital nerves) frequently include these nerves, which are located in the back of the head.
What Can It Treat?
For the treatment of occipital neuralgia and recurrent headaches, such as chronic migraine, occipital nerve block is used. Within 15 minutes of care, you can feel relief from headache pain, but this varies by person. Some may not have total relief from symptoms for a few days.
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