Why does Neura Health Focus on Headache and Migraine?

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May 25, 2022
May 4, 2021
Why does Neura Health Focus on Headache and Migraine?

Migraine is one of the most common diseases worldwide, and can be very severe and even disabling.  In fact, the World Health Organization describes migraine disability as the most disabling disease affecting young people. And it’s a women’s health issue as well – three times more women experience migraine than men

Migraine is not just a headache – there are specific features that a headache has to have in order for it to be considered migraine.  There are always sensitivities and non-pain symptoms that occur during migraine, and it’s even possible to have a migraine with no pain at all (and it can still feel terrible).  Migraine is a unique neurological phenomenon that scientists have learned a tremendous amount about, and with that knowledge comes evidence-based approaches to treatments.

Although migraine can be severe, in almost all situations it is treatable.  There are excellent preventive treatments, and even lifestyle modifications can improve migraine frequency.  Certain supplements can prevent migraine, and there are medications to break up severe migraine attacks that are tailored to migraine on a molecular level. 

Here at Neura Health, we chose to treat migraine because we can improve the lives of so many people, and in profound ways.  Everyone’s migraine symptoms and triggers are different, and we can help individualize an approach that’s right for each person.  We chose migraine because migraine is an important disease.

Neura's approach is a four-step, science-based process that our specially trained board-certified neurologists use to tailor a treatment plan to each patient’s unique issues and needs. 

  1. Receive: Get customized information, education, recommendations and medications by scheduling an initial consultation with your board-certified neurologist.
  2. Record: Input your headaches using the built-in tracker in the Neura app; the data is seamlessly shared with your neurologist.
  3. Review: Meet with your neurologist to discuss progress, adjust medications and format a long-term treatment plan for your needs to manage headaches over the long term. 
  4. Repeat: Track headaches, and meet with your neurologist to discuss progress as many times as you would like.

If you are looking for more information about migraine and headaches, trying to find the right treatment, and talking to a neurologist about your symptoms, join Neura Health today!

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Thomas Berk, MD FAHS
Thomas Berk is Medical Director at Neura Health, where he treats Neura patients via video visit. He is a former Clinical Assistant Professor at the Department of Neurology at NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
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Thomas Berk, MD FAHS is Medical Director of Neura Health and a neurologist and headache specialist based in New York City. A former Clinical Assistant Professor at the Department of Neurology at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, he has over 12 years of clinical experience. He graduated from the NYU Grossman School of Medicine and completed his neurology residency at NYU as well. He completed a headache fellowship at the Jefferson Headache Center in Philadelphia. He is a Fellow of the American Headache Society and has been on the Super Doctors list of rising stars for the past five years.

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