By Robert Coni, DO, EdS - 13th Sep 2020 - Course previews

Diagnosing sinus headaches

Over 50% of patients who have migraine also have nasal symptomatology. Unless the clinician assesses the patient for findings associated with migraines, the diagnosis of sinus headaches may be made when migraines are actually present. In this video, we use the International Classification of Headache Disorders Criteria to diagnose sinus headaches by differentiating sinus related headaches from migraines. 

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Our Headaches Masterclass course outlines an approach to guide your evaluation of the patient with headache, provides the knowledge and skills to recognize and categorize primary headaches accurately, outlines the warning signs of ominous headaches and those caused by medical conditions, and teaches you how to help your patient to help themselves by recognizing triggers and adopting lifestyle changes.

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