Concussion-Related Migraines in Young Adults

August 25, 2015   |   Evidence in Integrative Healthcare

Are you asking your young adult patients about their participation in sports – particularly sports that carry a high risk of concussion? A recent survey presented by the American Headache Society (AHS) at their 57th Annual Scientific Meeting indicates that concussion-related migraines in young athletes are more common than previously thought. If you treat young adults for headaches or migraines it may be useful to inquire about their athletic pursuits as part of your intake questionnaire.

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