HEAD AND FACE PAIN

We treat the following Head and Face pain conditions…

Headache

there are many different types of headaches that can be managed with a combination of medications and interventional procedures.

Chronic Migraine

are recurrent headaches are pulsatile in nature that occur over 15 days a month.

Facial Pain (Trigeminal Neuralgia)

are one-sided headache that produce sudden, brief piercing pain that can be triggered by a touch to the face.

Cluster Headaches

are severe burning headaches around the eye that can sometimes be accompanied by autonomic or sympathetic signs including ocular symptoms, nasal congestion, and watering of the eye that can occur up to several days for several weeks to several months. This type of headache can be treated with medication and interventional procedures.

Occipital Neuralgia

is a chronic headache located in the back of the head up to the back of the ears and the eyebrow.

HEAD AND FACE PAIN

We treat the following Head and Face pain conditions…

Headache

there are many different types of headaches that can be managed with a combination of medications and interventional procedures.

Chronic Migraine

are recurrent headaches are pulsatile in nature that occur over 15 days a month.

Facial Pain (Trigeminal Neuralgia)

are one-sided headache that produce sudden, brief piercing pain that can be triggered by a touch to the face.

Cluster Headaches

are severe burning headaches around the eye that can sometimes be accompanied by autonomic or sympathetic signs including ocular symptoms, nasal congestion, and watering of the eye that can occur up to several days for several weeks to several months. This type of headache can be treated with medication and interventional procedures.

Occipital Neuralgia

is a chronic headache located in the back of the head up to the back of the ears and the eyebrow.

HEAD AND FACE PAIN

We treat the following Head and Face pain conditions…

Headache

there are many different types of headaches that can be managed with a combination of medications and interventional procedures.

Chronic Migraine

are recurrent headaches are pulsatile in nature that occur over 15 days a month.

Facial Pain (Trigeminal Neuralgia)

are one-sided headache that produce sudden, brief piercing pain that can be triggered by a touch to the face.

Cluster Headaches

are severe burning headaches around the eye that can sometimes be accompanied by autonomic or sympathetic signs including ocular symptoms, nasal congestion, and watering of the eye that can occur up to several days for several weeks to several months. This type of headache can be treated with medication and interventional procedures.

Occipital Neuralgia

is a chronic headache located in the back of the head up to the back of the ears and the eyebrow.

For more information on conditions relating to head or face pain, including any conditions you do not see here, please contact your local North Jersey Interventional Pain Center and see what Dr. Caruthers can do to help you live a life free of pain.

HEAD AND FACE PAIN

We treat the following Head and Face pain conditions…

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Headache – there are many different types of headaches that can be managed with a combination of medications and interventional procedures.

Chronic Migraine – are recurrent headaches are pulsatile in nature that occur over 15 days a month.

Facial Pain (Trigeminal Neuralgia) – are one-sided headache that produce sudden, brief piercing pain that can be triggered by a touch to the face.

Cluster Headaches – are severe burning headaches around the eye that can sometimes be accompanied by autonomic or sympathetic signs including ocular symptoms, nasal congestion, and watering of the
eye that can occur up to several days for several weeks to several months. This type of headache can be treated with medication and interventional procedures.

Occipital Neuralgia – is a chronic headache located in the back of the head up to the back of the ears and the eyebrow.

For more information on conditions relating to head or face pain, including any conditions you do not see here, please contact your local North Jersey Interventional Pain Center and see what Dr. Caruthers can do to help you live a life free of pain.

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HEAD AND FACE PAIN

We treat the following Head and Face pain conditions…

Head And Face Pain

We treat the following Head and Face pain conditions…

Headache – there are many different types of headaches that can be managed with a combination of medications and interventional procedures.

Chronic Migraine – are recurrent headaches are pulsatile in nature that occur over 15 days a month.

Facial Pain (Trigeminal Neuralgia) – are one-sided headache that produce sudden, brief piercing pain that can be triggered by a touch to the face.

Cluster Headaches – are severe burning headaches around the eye that can sometimes be accompanied by autonomic or sympathetic signs including ocular symptoms, nasal congestion, and watering of the
eye that can occur up to several days for several weeks to several months. This type of headache can be treated with medication and interventional procedures.

Occipital Neuralgia – is a chronic headache located in the back of the head up to the back of the ears and the eyebrow.

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