nerve decompression surgery for chronic daily headache

Laura at 13h59
nerve decompression surgery for chronic daily headache

Has anyone had experience with nerve decompression surgery for chronic daily headache?

I've been learning about it online. As far as I can find it is available in only a limited number of places.

Here are links describing it:
http://youtu.be/I9fVC-dwiTw [......]
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