It is my hope that this diary will help migraine sufferers track their discomfort and symptoms. By doing this when they suffer an attack, it can help them decide what their next step in treatments should be.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Approximately 15% of the global population is affected by migraines at some point in life. To help people keep track of their migraines and identify patterns, the Migraine Relief Center has released a tracking diary.
The diary, which can be downloaded from the Migraine Relief Center’s website, will help individuals monitor migraine frequencies and intensities. The diary gives the option to record time, duration and if any medication was ingested. Documenting triggers and symptoms also helps reveal patterns in the migraine attacks. Keeping track of this information will help the doctors at the Migraine Relief Center to find the right treatment option for the patient.
“Every patient we treat at the Migraine Relief Center is unique. It is my hope that this diary will help migraine sufferers track their discomfort and symptoms. By doing this when they suffer an attack, it can help them decide what their next step in treatments should be,” said Migraine Relief Center’s Mark Khorsandi, D.O. “By using the diary, the patients can document which medications they have tried and the results.”
Dr. Khorsandi is one of the few surgeons in Texas who is trained in migraine, hand and microsurgery. During an evaluation at the Migraine Relief Center the following will be covered: a detailed review of migraine history, a physical examination with thorough review of previous and current mediations, possible diagnostic tests, and recommendations on proceeding with individual care. Any imaging studies (MRI, CT Scans, EEGs, nerve tests), a summary of previous and current medical treatments, and the migraine diary should all be brought to the evaluation.
About the Migraine Relief Center:
The Migraine Relief Center is a medical facility run by board-certified physicians dedicated to helping patients alleviate and reduce their migraine attacks. They believe that no one should suffer from recurring migraine pain. There are offices located in the Houston, TX, Las Vegas, NV, and Beverly Hills, CA areas. Visit their website at http://www.themigrainereliefcenter.com or call 855-DR-4-MIGRAINE for more information.