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Post Traumatic Headaches

Marek Jan Gawel, Associate Professor Medicine (Neurology), University of Toronto

Head trauma not uncommonly leads to the development of a variety of headache syndromes. These usually conform to recognizable headache phenotypes. Each of these requires a specific treatment strategy. The pathophysiology and treatment of the headaches will be discussed.

At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

  • Distinguish between different phenotypes of headache following head trauma
  • Treat post traumatic headaches disorders symptomatically and prophylactically
  • Contribute to multidiciplinary management of post traumatic headache
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