Migraines: 6 Things a Neurologist Wants PCPs to Know
When a patient presents to their primary care physician with a headache, it's not always diagnosed as the migraine it is. These 6 tips from a neurologist can help.
A Mobile App Helps Youth, Physicians Manage Migraine
Children, tweens, and adolescents with migraine can use Migraine Trainer to log and share details that will help physicians individualize care in this vulnerable population.
Biofeedback May Improve Migraine
Read why one migraine specialist believes that biofeedback should be the first line of treatment in patients with migraine.
To Treat Migraine, Look at Sleep Quality
When treating patients with chronic headache or migraine, assessing sleep quality can be critical, according to this specialist.
Mindfulness for Migraines
Mindfulness, an attention-control technique, can augment medical therapy for migraineurs, with stress reduction, relaxation, and shifting negative self judgement.
Tracking Migraine: The Journal is the Key
Headache specialist, Stephanie Nahas, MD, MSEd, discusses the importance of a migraine journal for both patient and physician.
Managing the Emotional Side of Migraines
How can you help migraine patients who suffer from psychiatric conditions such as depression or anxiety? A headache expert says a simple question can make a huge impact.
Non-pharmacologic Migraine Management Tips
How do you help patients with migraine who ask for methods other than, or as adjuvants to, medical therapy? A headache expert offers suggestions to pass on.
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