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  • What Makes A Headache A Migraine?
    Headaches can be a real nuisance, especially when you have planned a long and exciting day ahead. A simple headache can ruin your day. It has been suggested by neurologists that continuous headaches are a sign of a migraine. The excruciating pain that migraines bring can last for hours or even days. Headaches should not be considered as normal and should not be ignored. Instead, you should get yourself treated by a migraine specialist as soon as you witness signs of regular and prolonged headaches.

    A migraine is a type of a vascular headache and it occurs because of vasodilatation, or enlargement of blood vessels. This causes the flow of chemicals from the nerve fibers to coil along large brain arteries. The increasing enlargement of the arteries magnifies the pain. Migraine specialists in AZ, such as Jason Reinhart, know the perfect way
    Jason
    Feb 23, 2017
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  • Migraine vs. Headache - Causes, Symptoms, Treatment
    Neurologists state that migraines and headaches are neurological disorders which occur frequently in human beings. Neither migraines nor headaches are considered serious, but sometimes treatment is required. Migraine and headache specialists in Arizona are experts in the field of neurology.

    Headache and migraine specialists in Arizona state that there is a big difference between a migraine and a headache. Both of these specialists feel it’s their responsibility to clear the air between the differences of the two disorders.

    Headaches are very common but are accompanied with unpleasant pains that may cause pressure and aching in your skull. The pain ranges from mild to severe and most commonly occurs on both sides of your head. Certain areas where pain stemming from a headache occurs include the forehead, temples, and back of the neck. A
    Jason
    Feb 10, 2017
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  • Headache varieties

    Headache, in all its varieties is a common symptom that has the potential to seriously affect your quality of life. Dr. Jason Reinhart, DO treats people who’s headaches have increased in severity and regularity resulting in an undesirable impact on their lives.


    Dr. Reinhart is able to help because of his extensive experience in diagnosing and treating a wide variety of headache disorders.  More often than not, when people think of headaches and neurologists, they think of migraine. According to the National Headache Foundation, migraine affects around 30 million Americans so how can such a common affliction be so often under-diagnosed?


    Dr. Reinhart who is a general neurologist, who is able to both diagnose and treat the full spectrum of headache disorders. These include tension type headache, cluster headache, chronic daily

    Gaile
    Feb 03, 2017
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  • Migraine Attack
    Despite that many people are afflicted with migraines, oftentimes these same people do not seek medical attention due to misconceptions and social stigma attached to this migraine disease.

    Dr. Jason Reinhart, DO, is an established neurologist certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and treats all neurological conditions, including those that cause migraine headaches.

    Did you know that a migraine is not a headache? Most people don’t make that distinction. A migraine, also referred to as a migraine attack, is an episode with many potential symptoms. Before Dr. Reinhart would give a diagnosis of migraine, there must be other symptoms in addition to a headache. You need to understand that a headache, when there is one, is only one of the symptoms, and that a migraine can occur with no headache at all.

    Migraine is a genetic
    Gaile
    Feb 03, 2017
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  • Good Tips For Finding A Good Neurologist
    As you may or may not know, neurology is a branch of medicine that is primarily focused on the study and treatment of disorders pertaining to the nervous system. A neurologist is a doctor who specializes in neurology.

    There are several types of neurologists in Arizona, depending on the types of neurological disorders. Some of those types are:

    - Migraine specialist in Arizona
    - Headache specialist in Arizona
    - Paralysis specialist in Arizona
    - Neuropathic treatment specialist in Arizona
    - Alzheimer's disease specialist in Arizona

    Not all people in Arizona will have the same nervous system disorders, so different neurologists cater to different ailments of the nervous systems. The most common doctor in this area is a headache specialist or migraine specialist. Also prevalent in Arizona is an Alzheimer's disease specialist. An Alzheimer's disease
    Jason
    Jan 20, 2017
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