All Medical Migraine Treatment Research
The Reed Procedure®: A Potentially Permanent Surgical Migraine Treatment
Medical migraine treatment research over the past 2 decades has extensively documented the therapeutic efficacy of implanted neurostimulation for chronic head pain. The first report on the subject was Dr. Reed’s paper published in 1999 on Occipital Nerve Stimulation.
Following that 1999 report, about 139 papers have been published by 370 contributing researchers, representing 123 prominent institutions across the United States and Europe. To the best of our knowledge, this list contains all full peer-reviewed articles and additional abstracts that have been published on the subject. We endeavor to keep this a complete reference for migraine treatment research. Please contact us to let us know if you are aware of any articles that may be missing.
Some suggested search terms while reviewing the migraine treatment research papers include, but are not limited to: neurostimulation, occipital nerve stimulation, neuromodulation, combined supraorbital and occipital nerve stimulation, treatment of chronic cluster headache, treatment of occipital neuralgia, headache disorders, migraine treatment research, chronic migraines, trigeminal nerve stimulator placement, refractory occipital pain, peripheral nerve field stimulation.
The citations below are arranged in alphabetical order and include 111+ peer-reviewed full clinical reports and 28 published abstracts. Clicking on any migraine treatment research paper will link to a downloadable PDF file.
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