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Whom should I see to get help for migraines?

Steven A. Meyers, MD
Diagnostic Radiology
I always recommend that patients start with their primary care doctor. The majority of migraine patients are successfully managed by their personal physicians who know them best.
If you are suffering from migraine headaches, you should talk to your family doctor. There are many non-medication and medication options to help treat migraines. Your family doctor can help guide you on the most appropriate treatment options for you and discuss preventive measures as well.

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