As headache and facial pain are two of the most common medical complaints, it is essential that clinicians are well equipped to handle these issues. Clinician's Guide to Chronic Headache and Facial Pain is designed for all clinicians dealing with these syndromes in daily practice-whether in the outpatient, emergency, or ambulatory setting. Features
HEADACHE: Migraine.Tension-Type Headache. Posttraumatic Headache. Cervicogenic Headache. Cluster Headache. Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias. Trigeminal Neuralgia. Persistent Idiopathic Facial Pain. Orofacial Pain Syndromes and Other Facial Neuralgias.OTHER HEADACHE AND PAIN TREATMENTS: Psychological Aspects of Chronic Noncancer Pain. Neuropsychological Aspects of Neuropathic Pain. Interdisciplinary Treatment of Chronic Noncancer Pain. Interventional Pain Medicine in the Treatment of Chronic Noncancer Pain-An Update. Acupuncture. Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Management of Chronic Pain. MEDICATIONS: Nonopiate Analgesics and Adjuvants. Opioid Medications and Correct Medical Usage-An Update. Legal Issues in Pain Management. Antidepressant Medications. Anticonvulsant Medications. Migraine Medications.