Migraine – Assessment and Treatment
- Migraine is neither an “extreme headache” nor a psychosomatic condition, as many patients and some healthcare providers continue to believe.
- One of the most pervasive misconceptions is that migraine is a vascular disease.
- Current and emerging evidence disproves this notion and has established that migraine has a distinctive physiology based on a neurological process.
- Due to poor understanding about the condition, migraine is often misdiagnosed – or not diagnosed at all.
- It is frequently mistaken for tension-type or sinus headache, even though headache specialists consider the latter to be relatively rare
CME Total 1.5 hours – Of that pharmacology CME is 1.5 hours
AANP CE Approved
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