According to the Migraine Research Foundation, 25% of US households include a person who regularly gets migraines. A good majority of those individuals are women. In fact, migraines are three times more common in women than men, and migraines affect over 30% of women over a lifetime.Read More »Why Are Women More Prone To Migraines?
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If you regularly struggle with migraines, you’ve probably had people tell you “a migraine is just a headache.” But the specialists at Puget Sound Neurology… Read More »Recommended Reading for Migraine Sufferers
The changing seasons can be devastating for migraine sufferers. While most of us love the warmer temperatures and sunshine, someone who is prone to migraines wants to bury their head in the sand for several months. What causes these triggers? Understanding seasonal migraines: summer edition.Read More »Understanding Seasonal Migraines: Summer Edition
The National Headache Foundation (NHF) is proud to announce the class of health carepractitioners who have successfully passed the exam for the Certificate of Added… Read More »Puget Sound Neurology Providers Earn Certificate of Added Qualification in Headache Medicine
Have you ever been about to fall asleep when suddenly you have this unrelenting urge to move your legs? Maybe it has only happened once… Read More »Restless Leg Syndrome: What Patients Should Know
Botox has traditionally had a reputation as a cosmetic fix for wrinkles. It works because Botulinum Toxin paralyzes and relaxes facial muscles wherever it is injected. What is not traditionally known by many is Botox also has several medical applications. In case you didn’t know, Botox is now treating more than just wrinkles and crow’s feet.
We have all experienced the occasional headache, and some of us get migraines. When our headaches are infrequent, and over-the-counter medications relieve the discomfort, there isn’t much to be concerned about. When they become more frequent or if we experience a migraine, we might need more help than our general practitioner can provide. Migraines and headaches: when to see a neurologist.Read More »Migraines And Headaches: When To See A Neurologist or Headache Specialist
Parkinson’s Disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that develops slowly over years. The cause is still unknown, and there is currently no cure. While it is not typically fatal, the symptoms and complications can be very serious. Here are 5 things to know after Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis.Read More »5 Things To Know After Parkinson’s Disease Diagnosis