MDJunction - People Helping People
 
Ask a Question
05/02/2012 09:03 AM

Links to helpful sites(page 3)

FloatingFrog
Posts: 32
New Member

what is MHNI?
Reply

05/02/2012 02:25 PM
MaryR
MaryR  
Posts: 4121
Group Leader

The Michigan Headache & Neurological Institute

Their website is here http://www.mhni.com/

They used to have a really good reputation for treating NDPH, but the doctor who specialized in it has moved on (Dr. Rozen, he is now in Pennsylvania I think). It still has a good program for headaches in general, but it isn't as great as it was for NDPH.


05/02/2012 04:48 PM
FloatingFrog
Posts: 32
New Member

Thanks

Supposedly my dr is also one of the best with ndph. Dr Grosberg at Monteriore Headache Center. You know him or heard of him?


05/02/2012 07:04 PM
leitheij
leitheij  
Posts: 115
Member

I am/was a patient at MHNI. If you would like to private message me with any questions, I'd be happy to answer them.

05/03/2012 10:55 AM
MaryR
MaryR  
Posts: 4121
Group Leader

I think I have heard of him because several other people here also go to him, like him, and have found him helpful when other doctors weren't.

You can find their reccomendations on this thread http://www.mdjunction.com/forums/ndph-support-forums/ medicine-treatments/786313-doctor-recommendations-in-ny- area/limitstart/10

As far as I know he hasn't published any studies or anything about NDPH (most doctors haven't, I know mine hasn't), but that doesn't mean they aren't great practitioners, it just makes it harder for people all over the country (or the world) to hear about them.


10/27/2012 12:12 PM
tortoisegirl
tortoisegirlPosts: 3242
Group Leader

trill-Welcome! Thank you for sharing. Best wishes.

08/20/2013 03:15 PM
suki17
suki17  
Posts: 481
Member

It is interesting that the article lists clonazepam as an effective treatment for some NDPH patients. I have never seen it suggested before. It is the one drug that turned my life around, as I now have mostly low pain days with a handful of migraines (mostly menstrual related). As the article also states, I use extra clonazepam for pain spikes along with a triptan called Frovatriptan.

Post edited by: suki17, at: 08/20/2013 03:18 PM


08/27/2013 07:56 PM
Ryan28
Posts: 31
New Member

Cmiller, your link for info on Occipital Neuralgia doesn't work. Can you please update?

08/27/2013 08:50 PM
tortoisegirl
tortoisegirlPosts: 3242
Group Leader

Ryan28: cmiller hasn't been online here for a few months and that website link she posted was a couple years ago, although you can try to message her about it. Best wishes.
Reply

Share this discussion with your friends:
<< Start < Prev 3 Next > End >>


Disclaimer: The information provided in MDJunction is not a replacement for medical diagnosis, treatment, or professional medical advice.
In case of EMERGENCY call 911 or 1.800.273.TALK (8255) to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Read more.
Contact Us | About Us
Copyright (c) 2006-2014 MDJunction.com All Rights Reserved