As expert medical providers, we use several solutions to alleviate migraines and headaches. The type of treatment you’ll get depends on the severity of your migraine or headache. We provide patients with a one-hour initial consultation to ensure they’re an excellent fit for this treatment. If you’re a candidate, we’ll develop a personalized treatment plan consisting of lab draws, nerve blocks, infusions, medications, and neurotoxin injections. We take an integrative approach to chronic and acute migraine and headache management, looking at all factors of your life and triggers and influences related to your conditions.

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The Treatment

IV Therapy

This preventative or acute therapy offers an IV infusion. This can be used instead of going to the urgent care or Emergency room for an acute or prolonged migraine or preventatively to combat discomfort and aches from migraines by selecting a combination of vitamins, minerals, and anti-inflammatory medications to dissipate your migraine or headache. You’ll get increased energy levels, replenish vital nutrients to accelerate your recovery, and prevent the agony that could have persisted for days. This is an excellent preventative treatment for patients that get frequent migraines.

Neurotoxin Injections

Neurotoxins are FDA approved to prevent migraines. If you have tried everything else, this may be a great option for you. The injection will block the release of substances that cause muscle contractions and causes them to relax. Consequently, this relieves the pressure on your nerves, preventing the factors that can cause migraines. It paralyzes your muscles and weakens the muscle that compresses the nerves, which could give you migraines. This does require an office visit and authorization through your insurance. I am always an out-of-network provider and do not bill insurance. You will be responsible for reimbursement.


What is the difference between a headache and a migraine?

Migraines are usually more exhausting with moderate to severe aches. They can also last for several hours, and most patients get them on one side of their heads. You may also get tired, have nausea, and have light sensitivity. Headaches are more tolerable with mild to moderate aches. They subside quicker and can cause nausea, light sensitivity, and throbbing aches.

What areas do tension headaches occur?

You’ll get tension headaches behind the eyes, in the face and neck, and at the base of your skull.

What are the most common types of headaches?

The most common types of headaches include:

  • Cluster headaches
  • Tension headaches
  • Secondary headaches
  • Sinus headaches

What symptoms can I experience with a migraine?

You may get dizziness, nausea, photosensitivity, increased sensitivity to light and sounds, and extreme fatigue.