I know that some pain management drs have other techniques at their hands then just narcotics. If you're opposed to narcotics I'm not sure if it would be good to go to a pain management dr. Personally, I take zonegram,which is an anti seizure med, and I have norco for pain when I do get a migraine. I only get them occasionally now.
If you are opposed to narcotics tell your neurologist that and see if he has any suggestions. Good luck
Nail patella syndrome, osteoarthritis, complex migraines, eosinophilic esophagitis, major depressive disorder, OCD, and fibromyalgia, IBS
Meds: flovent 220 mcg, flexeril 10 mg, zonisanide 100 mg, omeprazole 40 mg, Cymbalta 60 mg,dicyclomine 20 mg, elavil, 10 mg, Xanax prn, hydrocodone prn.