Medical Program:The Invisible Illness: Examining the Patient Impact of Migraines

The Invisible Illness: Examining the Patient Impact of Migraines

The Invisible Illness: Examining the Patient Impact of Migraines
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Dr. Stephanie Nahas explores methods and techniques that better address migraines and their impact on patients’ lives.
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    Migraines affect every aspect of a person's life but assessing the impact migraine has on a particular patient can prove to be challenging.

    Dr. Stephanie Nahas, Director, Headache Medicine Fellowship Program at Thomas Jefferson University talks about what doctors need to consider when assessing migraine patients.

    Rethinking Migraine is sponsored by Lilly. Content for this a non-certified educational series is produced and controlled by ReachMD. This series is intended for healthcare professionals only.

     

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