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Covering the topic of headache in children from the viewpoint of both primary care and neurology, Pediatric Headache provides concise, authoritative guidance on all aspects of this multifaceted subject. Drs. Jack Gladstein, Christina Szperka, and Amy Gelfand, each an expert in pediatric headache, contribute their considerable knowledge and expertise to assist neurologists, pediatricians, and primary care providers in providing optimal care to young patients.
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PART I. CHAPTER 1: MY HEADACHE STORY 
1. My headache appointment: A guide for parents, primary care and specialists
PART II. WHY DOES MY HEAD HURT?
2. You're not the only one (epidemiology)
3. Pathophysiology of migraine
4. Genetics of migraine
PART III. HOW DID IT GET SO BAD?
5. The "Episodic Syndromes: i.e. what migraine looks like before it "looks like migraine
6. Effect of hormones
7. Chronic migraine and other types of chronic daily headache
8. Comorbidities in children and adolescents
9. NDPH: What a primary care provider/ headache specialist needs to know
10. Post-Traumatic Headaches in Youth
11. POTS and dysautonomia
PART IV. WAYS OTHER PEOPLE CAN HELP ME GET BETTER 
Section 1. Treatments for when symptoms are acting up

12. Meds
13. Acute Behavioral Headache Management
14. What should I expect when home therapy does not work
Section 2. Treatments for trying to settle down frequency
15. Preventive treatments: Oral
16. Preventive Injections
17. Behavioral interventions to improve frequency
Section 3. Treatments that can act both acutely and preventively
18. Devices
19. CGRP
20. Non-medication treatments including acupuncture
PART V.  HOW CAN I GET BETTER? THINGS I CAN DO FOR MYSELF/MY CHILD
21. Sleep and Headache in Children and Adolescents
22. Meals/Food/Diet/Caffeine/Hydration
23. Activity/Exercise including Yoga 
24. Managing Migraine at School
25. How you can get more involved: a guide for families and clinicians
26. Growing up: Transitioning to adult care
PART VI. NEXT STEPS
27. How to set up a headache clinic
28. Where can I learn more? A listing of resources
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      9780323830058
    • UPC/ISBN
      9780323830058
    • Stock Last Checked
      Apr 17, 2024
  • Manufacturer
    Elsevier
  • Publication Date
    Oct 14, 2021
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