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Faster Pain Relief from Headache & Migraine

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Occipital nerve block, a proven headache relief treatment, typically hasn't been available in the emergency or primary care setting.

With OcciGuide, you can receive this powerful headache treatment when you need it. Whether that's at the emergency room or from your primary care physician, you can get the fast, effective headache relief you deserve.

For all Headache Types

  • Migraine

  • Post-traumatic headache

  • Chronic daily headache

  • Occipital neuralgia

  • Cervicogenic headache

  • Cluster headache

  • Other headache types

OcciGuide vs. The Alternatives

Studies show occipital nerve block is a proven headache management with low risk of serious side effects. With the help of OcciGuide, you can get instant relief from headache.

Lifestyle Changes

  • Not Always Effective

  • Difficult to Maintain


  • May requite daily usage.

  • Can Result in Rebound Headaches.

  • Potential Side Effects


  • Limiited use may lead to addiction.

  • Can result in rebound headaches.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How often can I get this procedure?
    If an occiptal nerve block is administered with only numbing medications, there is no need to track the number of procedures done. If steroids are also injected, then the procedure should only be administered 3-4 times per year.
  • How do I know if I am a good candidate for the procedure?
    Occipital nerve blocks with OcciGuide can help patients who suffer from most headache types including: Migraines Cluster headaches Chronic daily headaches Occipital neuralgia Cervicogenica headaches It might also be effective for tension headaches. The procedure can be used as both an abortive and prophylactic treatment.
  • How long does the procedure take?
    With OcciGuide, an occiptal nerve block can be performed in ten minutes or less.
  • Are occipital nerve blocks with OcciGuide safety than traditional headache treatments?
    Occipital Nerve Block (ONB) treatments are as safe, if not safer than, current treatment options. ONBs offer headache sufferers a non-narcotic treatment option that, when administered correctly, have no systematic effects.
  • How long does it take to recover from the procedure?
    Most patients are able to leave the providers’ office shortly after the procedure.
  • How long does the pain relief last?
    Multiple randomized control tests have shown that occipital nerve blocks with lidocaine provide localized, rapid onset relief that can last for several weeks.

For more information, get in touch today.

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