This patient had a complete resolution of her daily migraine headaches on the right side of her head. She was 7 weeks from surgery at the time this video was taken. She had a decompression of the right supraorbital nerve. She reports that she was able to stop all of her migraine medications and has not had a single migraine since the operation was performed. These migraine headaches were felt to be due to a nerve compression of the supraorbital nerve causing her referred pain syndrome into the distribution of the nerve - her forehead. Decompression of this cured her daily migraines and her chronic headaches that she had for years.