A 62-year-old Caucasian male with acute migraine presented for evaluation at a tertiary care medical center in the East. The patient reported a 25-year history of daily migraines of moderate to severe intensity. He stated that he is no longer employable, due to the debilitating daily effects of his migraine and his inability to sustain relationships with others secondary to poor neurological health and the demands of managing his medication schedule. According to the patient, the side effects of medications have outweighed the gains in health and quality of life. After obtaining the patient history, his neurologist diagnosed him with daily persistent headache.