Yes, there is a large and growing body of research with over 100 papers published to date in peer-reviewed journals.
In fact Dr. Reed published the original paper on the subject in his 1999 publication of “Occipital Nerve Stimulation for Occipital Neuralgia.” That paper started things out, as since Dr. Reed’s original paper, there have been a total of 111 published clinical reports on research conducted by 398 researchers representing 144 research institutions (71 in the US, and 73 from across Europe and elsewhere). You may download the details of the papers, researchers and institutions can be reviewed by clicking this link: "Reed Procedure Research."
Further, of these authors and institutions, Reed Migraine has taken a leadership position, noting the following landmarks:
- Reed published the original paper on "Occipital Nerve Stimulation" (a component of the Reed Procedure) in 1999. All of the other papers follow his original report.
- Reed published the original paper on “Combined Occipital and Supraorbital Nerve Stimulation” (the Full Reed Procedure) in 2009.
- Reed partnered with several in institutions including the Mayo Clinic SW and Duke Medical Center in the foundational prospective multi-center study on "Occipital Neurostimulation and Chronic Migraine" underwritten by St. Jude Medical and published in 2014.