Apr 24, 2017 EST
Dr. Larry Charleston IV
University of Michigan
When Medications Actually Trigger Pain
- Is there anything risky about reaching for the same medication frequently?
- What are the guidelines to determine whether someone is taking a certain medication too often?
- What’s the best way to treat someone who finds themselves dependent upon a particular medication to feel “normal?”
Enjoy an 8-minute preview of this talk below.
LARRY CHARLESTON IV, MD
A neurologist and assistant professor of neurology at the University of Michigan, Dr. Larry Charleston IV is a board-certified headache specialist and a member of the American Headache Society. His research on migraine diagnosis and therapies has been published in medical journals such as Headache, Cephalalgia and Neurology.
Find more about Dr. Larry Charleston IV and his work here:
- Institute of Health Care Policy and Innovation
- Follow Dr. Charleston on Twitter @LCharlestonIVMD
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