Sunday, April 23, 2017

Headache/Migraine

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New! Online Course: The Pain in the Brain is Primarily Migraine

Why are only half of all migraines ever diagnosed? Patients appear drawn to pathological explanations for their pain rather than an innate process. They have difficulty in accepting that there is not something “broken.” Migraine is a chronic neurological condition with episodes of disabling headache and it responds best to the collaborative model between patient

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Bariatric Surgery and Migraine Management

At our 26th Annual Meeting, No Life Limited By Pain 2015, we interviewed B. Lee Peterlin, DO, on her clinical experience with bariatric surgery patients and how migraine frequency was affected by weight loss. Watch below: B. Lee Peterlin, DO, is the director of Johns Hopkins Headache Research and is an associate professor of neurology

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What is the Connection Between Migraine and Obesity?

We interviewed B. Lee Peterlin, DO, to find out what the connection is between obesity and migraine. Dr. Peterlin was a Keynote Speaker at our 26th Annual Meeting: No Life Limited By Pain 2015. B. Lee Peterlin, DO, is the director of Johns Hopkins Headache Research and is an associate professor of neurology at the

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