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Three case studies and a review of current practice guidelines offer insight into treating patients with chronic pain and other symptoms after a sport-related concussion.
John Claude Krusz, PhD, MD, provides 6 case reports where he as employed IV propofol in his out-patient clinic) to effectively management otherwise intractable migraine headaches.
For patients with migraines, defining the migraine will ensure proper selection of the medications and complementary therapies based on individual needs to address comorbidities and patient preferences.
Headache expert Duren Michael Ready, MD, provides tips on what to try when nothing else is working.
7 tables with commentary help readers deconstruct the diagnosis of migraine.
A lifetime of observations has been complied in Advanced Headache Therapy a new book by Lawrence Robbins, MD. Read Dr. Michael Ready's review.
Case presentation of a chronic migraine patient in her mid-20's. Learn step-by-step treatment plan.
Boys and girls experience headaches at a similar rate until they reach adolescents, when hormones kick-in. Learn more about how migraines affect boys and girls during childhood through adolescents.
Up to 4% of adults suffer from chronic headaches, mostly migraines. Dr. Lawrence Robbins reviews what we know about migraine types, comorbidities, as well as migraine triggers, and treatments.
Patients with refractory chronic migraine (RCM) experience a great deal of disability related to their chronic headaches.
Patients with refractory chronic migraine (RCM) experience a great deal of disability and loss of their quality of life. Chronic migraine occurs in approximately 2% of the population, but we do not know the epidemiology or rate of occurrence of RCM.
Migraine headaches are a common cause of disability in the United States, affecting approximately 60 million American adults, or 17.1% of women and 5.6% of men.1 To help define migraines better, the term classical migraine has been replaced with migraine with aura, and nonclassical migraine now is referred to as migraine without aura.
Children and teens are more likely to have a traumatic brain injury (TBI), including concussion, and take longer to recover than adults. TBI symptoms may appear mild, but the injury can lead to significant life-long impairment affecting an individual’s memory, behavior, learning, and/or emotions.
The stories are heartbreaking. The young athlete who sustains a concussion while competing and needs intensive rehabilitation for cognitive, balance, sleep, and emotional symptoms—occasionally with long-term disability and pain.
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