Headache is a very frequent complaint in childhood and adolescents; however, it is often ignored by parents, and under-recognized and under-treated physicians.
Up to 40 percent of preteens have headaches once a week and by adolescence up to 25 percent of children meet criteria for migraine. Recurrent headaches that begin at an early age can interfere with school and extracurricular activities causing significant disability.
This talk will focus on how to manage migraine in school age children including tips on working with educators to help get your child's migraines under control.
NOTE: We apologize for the abrupt beginning and end. Technical difficulties cut off the recording.