Mark Khorsandi, D.O., founded the Migraine Relief Center in order to provide migraine sufferers comprehensive treatment utilizing patient specific options to alleviate the effects of migraines.
Mark Khorsandi graduated from Boston College, and then went on to earn his doctorate at Nova Southeastern University. After completing his residency and surgical training in Philadelphia and New York City, Dr. Khorsandi advanced to a fellowship in hand and microvascular surgery. There, he worked under world-renowned hand surgeon Charles P. Melone, M.D., treating sports-related hand injuries.
While practicing hand surgery in Houston, Dr. Khorsandi performed thousands of endoscopic nerve decompressions. These hand surgeries employed micro-surgical techniques that were being studied for use in the treatment of migraines. Bahman Guyuron, a pioneer in this migraine treatment method, trained Dr. Khorsandi in adapting these techniques for migraine surgeries.
Dr. Khorsandi has been active in establishing standards and developing techniques in the advancing field of migraine surgery. In 2011, he founded the Migraine Relief Center, with his brother, Christopher. Dr. Khorsandi’s high ratings by patients on physician-ranking websites earned him the 2015 Patient’s Choice Award by Vitals.com. Mark Khorsandi treats patients in Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston.
Christopher Khorsandi, M.D., provides compassionate, expert care to Migraine Relief Center patients.
Chris Khorsandi graduated from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. After a general surgery residency, he went on to the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery program at the Cleveland Clinic in Weston, Florida. He spent two years refining his skills in plastic, reconstructive and hand surgery, becoming the program’s chief resident. He was ultimately certified in general and plastic surgery.
Dr. Khorsandi entered an advanced aesthetics fellowship in Beverly Hills where he studied techniques for some of the most challenging surgeries, including revision plastic surgery (repairing the undesirable results of previous surgeries).
Dr. Khorsandi’s patients have rated his care so highly on physician-ranking websites that Vitals.com awarded him a Patient’s Choice Award—twice. He has also received the Compassionate Doctor Award, a national award that most often goes to pediatricians and primary care physicians.
In 2012, Chris joined his brother, in using his microsurgical skills to help migraine patients find a more effective treatment for their headaches. He practices at the Beverly Hills and Las Vegas offices.