Chronic Migraine is more than just frequent migraines. A migraine is a type of headache that may begin as a dull ache and then turn into a constant, throbbing pain, often felt on one side of the head. When you have a migraine, you may be sensitive to light and sound and experience nausea and/or vomiting. A migraine headache can last between 4 to 72 hours and may get worse by or cause you to avoid routine physical activities, such as walking or climbing stairs.
Chronic Migraine is a neurological condition that causes people with migraine to have 15 or more headache days a month, with each headache lasting 4 hours or more, and at least half of the headache days are associated with migraine.
Our skilled providers at Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists are trained experts at accurately diagnosing specific types of migraines and using Botox to effectively treat chronic migraines. We prefer using a series of Botox injections, which helps prevent migraines, as opposed to using long-term daily medications, which only reduce the pain after the migraine starts. Botox is the first and only preventative treatment approved by the FDA for adults with chronic migraine, and many of our patients have raved about the successful impact it has had on their lives.
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Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists is recognized as an industry leader in pain management. We have a state-of-the-art facility in Reno, Nevada, that allows for us to offer the highest possible level of quality care of our patients.
We are committed to providing a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary approach for each individual’s pain complaints to provide the most appropriate care. Our approach includes analysis of biomechanics, joint motion, as well as skeletal, nerve and muscle tissues. Every individual is evaluated for the root cause of their pain – not just a “quick fix” approach to only provide symptomatic relief.
Your pain will be evaluated with latest diagnostic tools and technologies used by the professionals at Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists to make accurate assessments including: EMG/Nerve testing, MRIs, x-rays, bone scans, and diagnostic pain injections.