Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Migraine Treatment


Migraine is a common reason for referral to pediatric neurology. Very often, lifestyle modifications such as improved sleep, regular exercise, adequate hydration and avoidance of migraine triggers can reduce the frequency of migraines. For some, despite these measures, migraines continue to occur many times per month and require further treatment. One approach to treatment includes … Continue reading Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Migraine Treatment

Avoiding Medication Overuse Headache – Primary Steps for Primary Care


Headaches are a common complaint to primary care offices. In children, headaches are frequently transient, related to concurrent illness, inadequate hydration, or other common lifestyle factors. Commonly, over-the-counter treatments (i.e. NSAIDs) are recommended for the treatment of acute headache. While this is often effective, for patients with more frequent headaches – the repeated use of … Continue reading Avoiding Medication Overuse Headache – Primary Steps for Primary Care