Occipital Nerve Stimulator
Occipital Nerve Stimulator Used To Treat Migraines.
Occipital nerve stimulation is a procedure used to treat headache disorders such as SUNA/SUNCT, chronic migraine, and cluster headache. In the procedure, thin wires are inserted beneath the skin of the back of the head in the location of the occipital nerves. The wires are connected to a battery that provides electrical pulses to disrupt pain signals from the nerves.