Treatment Options for Headaches and Comprehensive Neurological Relief

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Dr. Purath is dedicated to her patients and above all their well-being. Her passion for improving the lives of each and every patient has been a paramount for Traci since day one. Her experience and compassion sets her apart from the corporate medical practice. Rather than making a pre-determined neurological diagnosis, Dr. Purath obtains a full understanding of her patient’s headache and migraine symptoms creating an accurate assessment. Every treatment is customized meeting her patient’s specific needs. In addition to headache and migraine treatment Dr. Purath also offers her experience and compassionate care with wide range of general neurological orders. If you are in need of a neurologist, Dr. Purath is experienced in all aspects of neurology and her recognized success is not just limited to headache relief. Dr. Purath flourishes from her comprehensive professional background improving lives one patient at a time.

Traci’s compelling focus for finding your personal headache relief has been a leading attribute of her practice. Inspired by her patients, Dr. Purath is devoted to finding the best treatment option. Below are just a few of Dr. Purath’s successful treatment options offered at Purath Headache & Neurology, S.C.

  • Botox for headaches: This advanced treatment option is proven to be helpful in treating chronic migraine headaches. Injections are made in the forehead and neck muscles and are typically repeated every 12 weeks.
  • Botox for spasticity: Botox injections are provided to alleviate muscle impairment caused by a stroke.
  • Trigger point injections: With this injection, the trigger point is made inactive and the pain is alleviated. Usually, a brief course of treatment will result in continued relief.
  • Occipital nerve blocks: Occipital nerve block is an effective treatment for a variety of headache types, including cluster headaches. Occipital nerve blocks include injections of a steroid or other medication around your occipital nerves located on the back of the head just above the neck area.
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