I was diagnosed with Occipital Neuralgia. Along with that came cervicogenic headache, spondylosis then later chronic migraine diagnosis. I was never totally convinced that ON was accurate but I did know the pain brought me to tears and I used to tell my husband there was evil living inside my head! Pressure inside and tenderness on the outside. I could not lay on a soft pillow and would have to sleep upright in my recliner with my head gently resting against ice until it was completely numb. I was desperate for help so I went for the greater and lesser occipital nerve block followed by radio frequency ablations. I received sufficient relief and continued for 2 years. I also had the same procedures on my neck C3-C7. In the end I began having less relief and more pain to convince me something else was going on or they just weren't working anymore. Turns out I was also diagnosed with Small Fiber Neuropathy shortly there after. Kind of a mixed bag regarding nerves and common areas of interest. Only you can decide if its the right procedure for you and I wish you all the best. Feel free to ask if you would like to know any more about the procedures.