My husband suffered 24hours a day 365 days a year for 31 years. He just got some reelief for the first time at Georgetown University from Dr. Ivica Ducic. check him out on line. He gave my husband his life back.View Thread
My husband suffered with headaches for 31 years. They said, migraines, then cluster, then stress, then high blood pressure. We went everywhere and tried everything with no help. They all said he needed to be medicated. By chance, I was told about a headaches specialist in Houston, Texas-Dr. Pam Blake. She referred us to Dr. Duci at Georgetown University who was doing a procedure called nerve decompression. We went in December and my husband has had amazing results that he has been told will just get better. He had 6 nerves removed from his head. We are going back in March to do the sides or forehead. Check out the articles on the web for either doctor. Please don't suffer any longer. His headaches stole his life and we are just now hoping to get back to life again.View Thread
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