1. What Does the Study Say?
According to The Times of India report, the study concludes that “it makes sense to go under the knife to get rid of migraine.”
Dr Anson Jose, from Srinagar’s Military Hospital, led the study.
The report read:
The surgery involved the removal of muscles that are believed to trigger migraine attacks by compressing the neighbouring nerves.
Dr Ajoy Roychoudhary from AIIMS was quoted as saying that this surgical removal provides long-term relief compared to the medicines which have “known side-effects.” He did caution that surgery may not be a solution for all.