Migraine Surgery, Part III

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David Branch, MD, of Bangor Plastic and Hand Surgery, discusses issues including medication, Botox, and surgical treatment of migraines.

In the third of a five-part series on surgical treatment of migraines, David Branch, MD, of Bangor Plastic and Hand Surgery, discusses issues such as medication overuse by migraine patients, the use and effectiveness of Botox as a treatment for migraines, the role of various nerves in migraines, and various surgical options for treating migraines.

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