Recent Headache Articles
If you want to understand a book, don’t open it in the middle. We at RNI place unusual emphasis on patient histories, even more unusual in this age of numbers-driven healthcare (and numbers-driven everything else, too).
An RNI patient got rid of her migraines and migraine medications when her sleep breathing disorder was diagnosed and fixed. It’s a great example of how RNI’s cross-disciplinary approach brings results, and how RNI’s original research helps patients directly.
Patient controls migraines after 10 years
Drugs often fail because they don’t fix the underlying causes of headache triggers. In this video, Dr. Rowe presents the connection between the spine and headache, and how the solution to headaches must consider the whole patient.
Hear her tell her own story in the video below: This chronic migraine sufferer describes how Dr. Dana Winegarner cured her migraines after 25 years of failed treatments by “doctor after doctor.” Dr. Winegarner then explains the approach he takes
After nearly three decades of service to the Kansas City area, and in honor of its founder, the MidAmerica Neuroscience Institute is announcing a name change to Rowe Neurology Institute.
Dr. Dana Winegarner, D.O., is a key member of the RNI Headache Center team. Visit our main Headache Center page for more information. Specialist treatment is covered by most insurance companies, but some have rules about referrals. Feel free to contact our
The short answer is: If headaches disrupt your life, you should seek treatment from a headache specialist. Headaches are very complex, with many possible causes and treatments. Primary care doctors are not in a good position to understand this complexity
A wide variety of substances and activities are known to trigger migraine headaches. Last month, we discussed some of the foods that seem to bring on headaches for people in our Headache Support Circle. There are also a number of
A wide variety of substances and activities are known to trigger migraine headaches. Many people with migraines report that eating or drinking certain things will trigger a headache. We suggest to our patients that they use this list of food