Here is more information about migraine and headache doctors, specialists, and neurologists, as pertains to different treatments for different headache and migraine symptom patterns.
Neurologists are perhaps the most common specialists for headaches, migraines. In addition to headaches and migraines, they also treat many other nerve system disorders. They often prescribe various medication and injection treatments for nerve symptoms.
Common doctors for headaches and migraines often include ENT's (ear, nose, and throat doctors), gastroenterologists, ophthalmologists (eye doctors), dentists, and obstetrician/gynecologists (OB/GYN's).
ENT's (ear, nose, and throat doctors) often deal with headache and migraine symptoms with trigeminal-nerve related symptoms such as allergies.
Gastroenterologists frequently deal with the vagus nerve symptoms such as nausea and IBS.
Opthalmologists (eye doctors) see patients with visual problems often including such symptoms as auras, sensitivity to light, and other visual disturbances.
Dentists often see patients with teeth, TMJ, and jaw-related symptoms.
Obstetricians & gynecologists ((OB/GYN's) often deal with hormonal headaches & migraines (often including menstrual migraines).
It's very common to see chiropractors as one of the first initial specialists for headaches and migraines. Commonly, many go to upper cervical / cervical spine chiropractors for such issues (such as with NUCCA adjustments). Although such treatments in many cases are oftentimes effective short-term, such adjustments are in most all cases only temporary, often requiring ongoing follow-up visits.
Physical therapy specialists often assist with headaches and migraines in addition. As with chiropractic, physical therapy interventions often don't last long, and must in most cases be repeated in an ongoing manner.
Neurosurgeons often attempt to correct such issues through surgery such as with microvascular decompression surgery. However, in most all cases, we believe there's a natural solution to these issues without invasive procedures.
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