Migraines headaches that are characterized by pulsating head pain, usually occurring on one side of the head that can worsen with routine activity. These attacks are accompanied by a host of symptoms that can include nausea, blurred vision, and sensitivity to light. Recently conducted research indicates that 13% of the general population suffers from migraine headache. Click here to learn more about research studies of an investigational drug that may help prevent migraine headaches.
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About the Author:Dr. Michael Tuchman
Dr. Michael Tuchman has maintained a private practice in Neurology in Palm Beach Gardens since 1983. His special areas of interest are memory disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Headache treatment, Diabetic Neuropathy, pain after Shingles and Cerebrovascular diseases. Dr. Tuchman serves as the Medical Director of our Clinical Research Department.