What We Treat

  • Tension Headache– mild-to-moderate head pain 0-15 days per month 
  • Chronic Daily Headache– mild-to-moderate head pain 15+ days per month
  • Episodic Migraine– moderate-to-severe head pain, with nausea, photophobia and phonophobia ranging from 0-14 days per month
  • Migraine with Aura– migraine with visual disturbances or tingling in hands or feet
  • Chronic Migraine– moderate-to-severe head pain, with nausea, photophobia and or phonophobia 15 + days per month 
  • Episodic Cluster– severe onset of head pain occurring behind one eye usually, with eye tearing, eye redness, nasal congestion/runny nose unilateral, lasting 15 minutes to under 4 hours, restless during attacks, usually occurs in the middle of the night, may occur multiple times per day and last for weeks or months at a time and then followed by pain-free remission. May be seasonal. 
  • Chronic Cluster same as episodic cluster, however pain-free remission lasts less than 3 months 
  • New Onset Daily Persistent Headache– sudden daily headache often occurring after an infection or trauma 
  • Post-Concussion Headache– headache or migraine from a concussion 
  • Hemiplegic Migraine– migraine with aura including motor weakness lasting 2-72 hours that is fully reversible 
  • Migraine with Brainstem Aura– migraine with aura that originates from brainstem with either dysarthria, vertigo, tinnitus, hypacusis, diplopia, ataxia not attributed to sensory deficit and or decreased level of consciousness 
  • Retinal Migraine– migraine attack with monocular vision disturbance
  • Prolonged Migraine– migraine lasting > 72 hours
  • Persistent Aura without Infarction– aura symptoms persisting for one week or more without evidence of infarction on neuroimaging
  • Cough Headache– headache brought on by cough, straining, and or valsalva maneuver
  • Exercise Headache– headache brought on during or after strenuous physical exertion 
  • Primary Headache Associated with Sexual Activity– headache brought by sexual activity 
  • Primary Stabbing Headache– ice pick pain or jabs occurring spontaneously, lasting seconds, irregular in frequency or multiple times per day
  • Hypnic Headache “alarm-clock headache” develops only during sleep causing wakening, lasting 15 minutes to 4 hours, occurring 10 + times per month, without autonomic symptoms or restlessness
  • Abdominal Migraine– moderate-to-severe midline abdominal pain, with nausea/vomiting, lasting 2-72 hours, not attributed to another disorder
  • Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome– recurrent attacks of intense nausea and vomiting occurring 4 times per hour, with pallor and lethargy, attacks lasting greater than 1 hour up to 10 days not attributed to another disorder 

Other conditions we treat: 

  • Anxiety mind and body response to stressful situation, uneasiness, dread
  • Depression– mood disorder characterized by persistent feeling of sadness, loss of hope, loss of interest
  • Fibromyalgia– chronic muscle pain, stiffness, tenderness and fatigue 
  • Insomnia– difficulty falling asleep and/or staying asleep 
  • ADHD– attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity 
  • ADD – attention deficit disorder, inattentive 
  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo– recurrent, brief attacks of vertigo 
  • Neuralgia– severe burning pain due to damaged nerves 
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome constipation or diarrhea
  • TMJ– jaw tension or pain with opening or closing




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