Spinal Cord Stimulators Tested as Treatment for Patients with Migraine Headaches

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Migrain Treatment

Researchers at Rush University Medical Center are testing a new treatment for migraine headaches: occipital nerve stimulation, a surgical procedure in which an implanted neurostimulator delivers electrical impulses to nerves under the skin at the base of the head at the back of the neck.