Migraine headaches affect approximately 30-40 million Americans. It is one of the most common causes of temporary work disability in the United States. One out of 10 visits to doctors’ offices is for the complaint of headache. Unfortunately, only about 50% of patients affected with headache receive treatment.
Many patients suffer from 2-3 different types of headaches, each requiring different treatment. With newer medications, migraines, cluster headache and other headaches can be well controlled without narcotics. Migraine sufferers can have their quality of life dramatically improved by treatment from a qualified headache specialist.