My wife has been getting cronic headaches for 28 years, but they have gotten progressively worse since we were hit in the rear on I-75 last year. She has been diagnosed with nerve related headaches, but we don't know if that is correct. She has tried all the migraine medicines and is allergic to many others. We would like to find a doctor that can help her. We are in the Atlanta area, and have tried Emory and will not be going back there. We have also been to the U. of Penn. to see some headache specialist. She has had numerous trigger point injections, nerve blocks, cryo-probes, RFL procedures, nerve root decompression on right C-2 and many diagnostic test. She has also tried acupuncture several times as well as chiropractic. Please send any info that you have that might be of help for us.
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