Apr 20, 2018 EST
Dr. Lawrence C. Newman
Director, NYU Langone Headache Division
Daily, Unresponsive Refractory Headache
- What are the common types of daily unremitting headache?
- Which is commonly misdiagnosed?
- Which is often left undiagnosed?
- How are headaches classified?
- What is primary headache versus secondary headache?
- What is rebound headache?
- How can headaches that occur on 15 days a month or more be treated?
- What treatment options are there for New Daily Persistent Headache?
- When is an in-patient stay at a headache clinic worth considering?
- What risks do people with refractory headache have?
- What is a chronic pain state and what treatments could be utilized for this?
- What are the S.E.E.D.S. for success in headache management?
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LAWRENCE C. NEWMAN, MD
Dr. Lawrence Newman is a past president of the American Headache Society, a Neurology professor at NYU Langone School of Medicine and a migraine warrior himself. He truly understands the desperation we all feel when it seems like we’re out of treatment options. As director of the headache division at NYU Langone, Dr. Newman leads a team of board-certified neurologists and headache specialists to treat people who have migraine, cluster headache, trigeminal neuralgia, or other headache-related disorders using a variety of approaches—not just the standard therapies. His research has been published in Neurology, Headache, Cephalalgia, and other medical journals. He’s an outside-the-box thinker who approaches every case with tenacity and humanity to find the best treatments for each person.
Find more about Dr. Lawrence Newman and his work here:
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- eNeura Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator (TMS)
- New York University Langone Health.
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