Well, it has been just 1 year since the first anti-CGRP medication came on the market, approved by the FDA for both episodic and chronic migraine for patients over the age of 18 years. I have heard from adult providers that these medications have been really helpful for their patients, especially with chronic migraine. We … Continue reading What’s the deal with these new migraine medications?
There comes a time, in any primary care pediatrician’s office, when a patient is in need of a higher or more intense level of care. For most patients with headaches, their care can be managed effectively by their primary care team. Their presentation and history are straightforward, they respond to the usual rescue medications, and … Continue reading When to refer to a pediatric headache specialist