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  • Chronic Headaches

    Learn about a procedure that has been demonstrated to reduce or eliminate migraines!


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  • Neuropathy

    Now there is hope for those suffering with neuropathy.


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  • Chronic Pain Following Surgery

    You no longer need to suffer with chronic pain after your operation


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CHRONIC HEADACHES

Current estimates place the number of migraine sufferers in the United States at over 28 million! Sadly, this number does not take into account those who suffer from other types of headaches such as cluster headaches and tension headaches. Recently, an outpatient procedure has been described which has been shown in numerous patients to significantly reduce the frequency, severity and/or duration of migraine headaches and in some cases, to eliminate them permanently.

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NEUROPATHY

Conventional wisdom states that peripheral neuropathy is progressive and irreversible. However, this dictum may not always be true. In many cases, the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy may be due in part to a pinched nerve in the leg, foot, arm, forearm or hand. If you or one of those patients, then an outpatient surgical procedure to "un-pinch" those nerves may be effective in reducing or even eliminating the pain, tingling and numbness often associated with neuropathy secondary to diabetes, hypothyroidism, exposure to chemotherapy and other conditions.

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CHRONIC PAIN FOLLOWING SURGERY

There are literally millions of surgical procedures performed in the United States each year and while most of them are successful, there is a small, but significant number of patients who end up with debilitating pain. Similar symptoms can also result from accidents such as falls, motor vehicle crashes, firearm injuries and sports-related injuries. Luckily, many of these cases are attributable to injury of one or more peripheral nerves often be treated with a significant reduction in pain.

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Testimonials

  • Just wanted to let you know that you broke that episode of neuralgia with that local anesthetic Friday. After such a bad time all that night and morning, I have had not one zinger since then, was able to sleep days and work nights over the weekend without pain. I know this is such a low tech and possibly unimportant-seeming thing for a skilled surgeon to do, but it made an enormous difference in my life that day and I just want to thank you once again.

    S. P.

  • Cary Anne and Dr. Peled, I want to thank you both for all your help in making my life so much better! In SO many ways. Again thank you for making my life something I treasure and look forward to daily.

    Victoria

  • Dr. Peled is the real deal. His technical skills should be seen as elite. My headaches and neck pain are gone as a result of the surgery.

    PJHCali Mar 1st, 2013

  • Amber on Mar. 1st, 2013.

    I suffered from migraines for 2 years. I went to numerous doctors and was on a wide range of serious pain medications. No one could help me or diagnose me. After learning of Dr. Peled I made an appointment with his San Francisco office and within 20 minutes of meeting him he diagnosed me with Occipital Neuralgia and treated me with Botox. Within 3 weeks I had surgery and have been pain and migraine free since. It has been almost a year. Dr. Peled gave me back my life!!!! I would highly recommend him to anyone and will never go to another doctor again!!!! His office staff Cary-Anne and Aimee are the sweetest ladies you will ever meet and go above and beyond their job to help you with anything!!!!

  • Thank You so much Dr. Peled. You have returned to me a great pleasure... the ability to walk...and enjoy it. The time test was a walk from Bondi Beach to Coogee. I didn't walk the whole thing but the 6 miles over the day only required a few rests. The important part... no pain and no night-time burning. I couldn't have enjoyed my vacation nor would I be able to keep a positive outlook without your help. Thank you doesn't seem to be enough!

    R.R. A very appreciative patient!!

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