A novel treatment of migraine headaches and craniofacial neuralgia
Patients with chronic or episodic trigeminal neuralgia– migraine or craniofacial neuralgia are accepted after being educated about our treatment. All medications taken for migraine will be tapered down and discontinued at the time of consultation.
Before the treatment, individuals will return to the clinic for necessary tests such as MRI of the brain, CTCB of the Jaws (if any is required). All patients may provide an MRI or CT-scan of the brain as well as a CTCB of the Jaw for near precise evaluation of cause. After the initial treatment, patients will return if any pain symptoms occur within the next 72 hours. They may receive the follow up treatment if required.
Evaluation of all medications patients are taking proceeds with tapering discontinuation of opioid analgesic, anti-epileptic, and dependency-withdrawal caused by certain medications. We request that patients temporarily put a halt to medications such as Plavix, Coumadin, aspirin, fish oil, and vitamin E a few days prior to the treatment by consulting their primary care physicians. Other medications should be continued— no contraindication for presence of any co-morbidity known limiting the treatment.
We utilize a sophisticated method and medications which are administered into the branches of the trigeminal and occipital nerves bilaterally and simultaneously. The combination of sterile is prepared and administered safely in minimal portions of 0.1mL-0.3mL using a very thin needle. No premedication, laboratory work, or intravenous access is necessary.
There is no down time involved with the treatment. Patients may return to daily activities the very same day. In 550 treatments, we did not witness any adverse reaction or side effect in short time or long term period.
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Skeptical patients and severe resistant migraine cases preferred for the treatment. It is your good right to be skeptical after so many treatments and promises. We do not promise to treat cures. (Owiesy, M.D)
Meet the Doctor
Faro T. Owiesy, MD: the “Modern Old-fashioned Doctor”
Faro T. Owiesy, M.D. has been practicing medicine for 41 years. He has multi-specialty and is an internationally trained physician. Dr. Owiesy is Board Certified in Urgent Care Medicine. His recent US training includes Family Practice at the University of Texas at Galveston (UTMB).
He completed his fellowship in Children and Adult Burn and Reconstructive Surgery at UTMB-Galveston and Shriner’s Burn Hospital for Children in Galveston, Texas. He also completed a Neurology fellowship in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Owiesy completed his medical training and residencies in General Surgery, Traumatology, Vascular Surgery, war injuries, and Plastic Reconstructive Surgery in Iran, and Germany. His broad spectrum of experiences includes working as a reconstructive micro vascular war surgeon. In addition, he completed clinical fellowships in Esthetic Plastic Surgery in Düsseldorf, Germany.
He is involved with research at different scientific levels including the treatments of reconstructive burn injuries, migraine headaches for the past 21 years, and ongoing research involving Multiple Sclerosis related to Chronic Cerebro-Spinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI), and cluster headaches.