Published January 2000
by Blackwell Publishers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
As in adults, the vast majority of headaches in children and adolescents are primary headache disorders: migraine (with or without aura), tension-type headache, and chronic daily headache. Secondary headache disorders, although much less common, may be due to various organic etiologies, which can range from the relatively benign to the serious. Introduction. Headache disorders, such as migraine and chronic daily headache, are among the most disabling conditions globally.1 In the UK, the majority of people self-manage, but around 3% of adults consult their general practitioner (GP) for headache every year.2 Two per cent of those seen in primary care are referred to a neurologist.2 GPs refer patients with Cited by: 3. The book takes the reader through diagnosis, differential diagnosis and management of migraine, with acute and prophlyactic treatments. It gives practical advice on drug choice and when to refer. The book focuses on the practicalities of managing migraine in primary care and in this way, provides a useful clinical reference to the : Anne MacGregor. An indispensable reference for optimizing patient care. Synthesizing the expert clinical advice of specialists who treat disorders of the nervous system, this book is an accessible, single-volume resource for primary care physicians requiring practical information on Format: Paperback.
Chronic pain is a common, complex, and challenging condition, where understanding the biological, social, physical and psychological contexts is vital to successful outcomes in primary care. In managing chronic pain the focus is often on promoting rehabilitation and maximizing quality of life rather than achieving cure. Recent screening tools Cited by: The Jefferson Headache Manual is a practical guide for the practitioner seeking assistance in diagnosing and treating headache patients. Written by the experts at one of the foremost headache centers in the United States, the Manual provides a systematic approach to identifying and managing all types of headaches.5/5(5). Primary care access to imaging has been shown to reduce referral rates in chronic headache (3,4,5). The findings of a study in Nottingham suggest that a defined access pathway for imaging to investigate chronic headache preceded by a GP educational meeting and clear MRI reporting for non-specialist referrers can be deployed appropriately in a. The target audience for ACSAP Book 3 (Neurologic Care and Pain Management) is board certified and advanced-level ambulatory care pharmacists who provide comprehensive medication management in outpatient primary care or specialty care settings. Justify the multidisciplinary team’s role in managing headache across primary care and.
Headache and Migraine Biology and Management is a practical text that addresses these issues, featuring contributions from expert clinical authors. The book covers in detail topics including chronic and episodic migraine, post-traumatic headache, sinus headache, cluster headache, tension headache, and others. At Personal Primary Care, you get the care you need, so your diabetes stays under control. The practice’s convenient online booking system allows you to book your appointment online, but you can also call the office to schedule any time/5(74). Packed full of practical and down to earth advice for clinicians specialising in the care of older people, this resource examines real problems that present on a day-to-day basis in the primary care environment. It provides GPs with specific advice and guidance to help them in the management of the often complex conditions that present in older people. The Woman’s Guide to Managing Migraine: Understanding the Hormone Connection to find Hope and Wellness Susan Hutchinson, MD, board certified in family medicine with a subspecialty in headache, has written a book for women about migraine, self-management, and how to respond to a neurologist who admits knowing nothing about hormones and an.