Migraine & Headache Doctors & Treatment in Clear Lake & Webster

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Chronic Migraine Treatment & Relief

While most of us have experienced the occasional unpleasant headache, chronic migraines can cause severe levels of pain that can last hours or even days. Through our chronic migraine treatment and relief options, we aim at helping you minimize discomfort and successfully manage your pain. The first step in this process is identifying the type of headache or migraine currently affecting you. Common symptoms that often accompany migraines include:

  • Nausea
  • Inflammation
  • Vomiting
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Ringing in the ears

Our expert interventional pain specialist will carefully consider your medical history and conduct the necessary examinations to identify your condition. Since headaches and migraines can vary significantly from person to person, our goal is to provide you with a personalized approach by offering the treatment options that best suit your needs. Our physicians are uniquely qualified to help you manage your pain and help you regain control of your life.

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If you feel that you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911 or go to your local emergency room. If you need immediate assistance from your provider after hours, please call 281-991-2200 to reach our call service center.

Clear Lake & Webster Migraine Doctors

Our Clear Lake and Webster migraine doctors have decades of experience in neurology and pain management for migraine conditions. Migraines are severe, throbbing headaches caused by the narrowing of blood vessels. They are commonly felt around the forehead and one side of the head. Pain can range from mild to severe and may be long-lasting. Risk factors for developing migraines include sex, age, family history, and other medical conditions.

While the root cause of migraines is still unknown to this day, we are able to classify them as a neurological disorder that is exacerbated by genetics, environmental factors, and changes in the brain. Stress, certain foods, and excessive intake of caffeine are also known as aggravating factors. If you or anyone you know is currently suffering from chronic migraines, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with our Harris County office. We specialize in a variety of conditions and minimally invasive migraine treatments.

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Traumatic Injuries

Traumatic injuries are physical injuries that occur suddenly and can be severe enough to warrant urgent medical assistance. These types of injuries frequently require hospitalization, treatment, and aftercare. Traumatic injuries can result from blunt force, fractures, and burns caused by events such as automobile and sports accidents. The severity of the injuries can vary significantly and require different forms of treatment to be managed successfully.

Medical Conditions

Certain illnesses and medical conditions such as brain injuries, meningitis, strokes, seizures, and brain tumors are also known to cause headaches and migraines. In these cases, treating the root cause of the conditions is a crucial part of achieving pain relief. Many conditions go undiagnosed and can worsen the longer they go untreated. Our team of expert neurologists can help successfully identify these issues and provide effective treatment.

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Environmental Triggers

Migraines and headaches can oftentimes be the result of environmental triggers. These are factors in our environment that can cause a headache or migraine attack to happen. The most common triggers include light, loud sounds, changes in temperature, fluctuating barometric pressure, among others. In these cases, it is essential to treat the headache as soon as possible in order to prevent the pain from escalating. Over-the-counter and prescription medications can be used to treat them effectively.

Hormonal Changes

Estrogen and progesterone, the hormones in charge of regulating a woman’s menstrual cycle and pregnancy, can often release chemicals in the brain that can induce headaches. Hormonal changes, particularly a decrease in estrogen, can worsen the pain and influence headache patterns. Over-the-counter medications and triptans are commonly used to treat these forms of headaches. Our expert physicians can also help craft a personalized treatment plan that meets your specific needs.

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