A family physician with expertise in headache treatment makes the case for appropriate use of opioids in some patients.
Susan Hutchinson, MD
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One of my migraine patients taught me that I need to ask the very hard questions if I want to offer the best possible care.
A headache specialist suggests 3 questions that can help maximize a short follow-up visit with these complex patients.
Headaches that occur several days before menses as well as disabling headaches on days unrelated to menses... how would you help this young woman?
A headache specialist and family practitioner reviews recent research on therapy for migraine headaches and points to clinical implications--for patients and for primary care providers.