The Barrow Difference
The Barrow Difference – Jan and Tom Lewis Migraine Treatment Program
Our experts in the Jan and Tom Lewis Migraine Treatment Program understand that migraine is not just a headache. In fact, it is considered one of the most disabling diseases in the world. It is also one of the most common. A study measuring the burden of migraine in the United States found that one in four U.S. households includes someone with migraine.
Accurate Diagnosis, Life-Changing Treatment
Our team sees a variety of headache disorders in the clinic. Because of Barrow’s high patient volume and complex cases, our experts have gained ample experience in differentiating headache conditions. They are determined to help you identify your headache triggers and prevent headache attacks from occurring.
Above all, our team strives to improve your quality of life. Many patients of the Jan and Tom Lewis Migraine Treatment Program credit our specialists with giving them their lives back.
Beyond medication, we offer the following therapies for headache disorders:
- Botox for Chronic Migraine
- Cefaly Nerivio
- gammaCore Vagus Nerve Stimulation
- Headache Infusion Treatment
- Medical Massage
- Occipital Nerve Block
- Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
- Trigeminal Nerve Block
- Yoga For Migraine
Team of Neurological Experts
Our headache specialists are highly experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of migraine and other headache disorders. These specialists include headache neurologists, a headache-certified physician assistant, and a headache fellow. As part of Barrow Neurological Institute, our experts work closely with neurosurgeons and neurologists in other subspecialties to treat complex conditions that cause headache pain.
Cutting-Edge Headache Research
Additionally, our headache specialists and the Barrow leadership team are working to establish a world-class research center for headache and migraine. This is possible because of our dedicated supporters.
Program Director Kerry Knievel, DO, and her team of headache specialists are performing studies in migraine and CSF leak/intracranial hypotension. They plan to expand the number and scope of clinical studies available to patients over time. They also aim to engage in basic translational research. This could advance our knowledge of the genetic, environmental, and inflammatory triggers that cause migraine and other headaches. As a result, this knowledge could lead to even better headache therapies.
Take the Next Step
Call to request more information or an appointment, or view our specialty-trained neurologists.