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Migraine Acute Therapies

Acute treatment of migraine improves daily function and reduces associated disability and risk of transformation to chronic migraine.

Rashmi B. Halker Singh, MD; Amaal J. Starling, MD; and Juliana VanderPluym, MD

Migraine in Children

Headache is common in children and adolescents and there are exciting developments in diagnosis, classification, and treatment.

Lauren Doyle Strauss, DO, FAHS; and Scott Otallah, MD

Migraine During Pregnancy

Developing plans for treatment during pregnancy before conception can relieve stress for both patient and provider.

Kate Onorato, MD; Carrie Dougherty, MD, FAHS; and Jessica Ailani, MD, FAHS

Procedural Treatments for Headache Disorders

Botulinum toxin injections, nerve blocks, and trigger point injections are safe and effective in-office treatment options.

Regina Krel, MD; and Paul G. Mathew, MD, DNBPAS, FAAN, FAHS

Neuromodulation Therapies for Headache

Neuromodulation devices creates potential paradigm shift in headache medicine.

Umer Najib, MD, FAHS; Jessica Frey, MD; and David B. Watson, MD, FAHS, FAAN

Behavioral and Integrative Therapies for Headache

Many patients who may benefit from these treatments may not be aware nonpharmacologic approaches exist.

Mary Motwani, PhD; and Deena Kuruvilla, MD

Cannabis and Cannabinoid Therapies for Headache

Shown effective for treatment of pain, Cannabis may have benefits for patients with headache, but more research is still needed.

Niushen Zhang, MD

Cluster Headache Preventive Therapies

The challenges of cluster headache lead to treatments and further understanding.

Emmanuelle A. D. Schindler, MD, PhD; and Christopher Gottschalk, MD

Cluster Headache Acute Therapies

Despite strong evidence for high-flow oxygen, subcutaneous sumatriptan, and zolmitriptan nasal spray, patients often receive less-than-adequate abortive treatment.

Brian E. McGeeney, MD, MPH, MBA

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