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migraine treatment program

migraine treatment program

Headache is one of the most common diseases that afflict millions of people in the world. Headache affects the daily behavior of a person who suffers it and reduces the productivity at work.

 

The causes of headaches differ and the treatment methods differ, and there are many types of headaches such as migraines, cluster headaches, tension headaches, headaches caused by structural problems such as bleeding, vascular diseases, and tumors, all of which we treat at Almoosa Specialist Hospital, specifically migraine.

Symptoms

People with Migraine may have the following symptoms:

  • Sensitivity to light and noise.
  • Feeling sick and fatigue.
  • Eye pain.
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Lack of clarity of vision.
  • Visual halos, such as bright spots and floating objects.

Diagnosis

The Migraine Program at Almoosa Specialist Hospital provides accurate diagnosis and comprehensive care for treating various types of acute and chronic headaches and provides health care that meets the expectations that every patient aspires to and hopes to get the care and attention they deserve. The diagnosis is made by examining the personal history of each patient’s condition, as well as through a physical examination, and with the use of a set of tests that exclude other causes that may be the cause of headaches, and a group of different procedures, including laboratories, x-rays, and neurophysiology, to ensure the diagnosis Correct triggers for headaches.

 

When registering a patient in the headache program, the neurologist evaluates each patient’s condition and makes sure that structural diseases such as tumors, vascular diseases, and others do not cause the headache.

Treatment Options

The treatment plan is also prepared per the patient’s treatment and type of headache, including treatment with a neurosurgeon referral. If the origin of the headache is physical, such as benign tumors or cancers, treatment can be planned with medication.

 

Botox injections: Botox was approved for use with chronic migraine, and many patients are reporting success, Botox is FDA-approved for chronic migraines, which means headache on 15 or more days a month.  “The more frequent the headaches, the better the patient does with Botox

Do not let headaches disrupt your daily life and your usual accomplishment; if you have a headache, do not hesitate to consult us, we are here for you!