Dr. Amaal Starling on Post Traumatic Headache and Concussion

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Each year, nearly 1.7 million traumatic brain injuries occur in the United States. Aside from immediate damage, these injuries can also cause Post-Traumatic Headache (PTH). Concussions account for about 75 percent of these injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

Read more here: https://americanmigrainefoundation.org/understanding-migraine/concussion-post-traumatic-headache

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AZ Ramirez says:

Sumatriptan @ 25mg helped my headaches after my TBI!!

Beats by Carlcoshack BMI Ascap says:

thank you for this video , I SUSTAIN A CONCUSSION ON MY JOB IN October , and ive been experiencing the effects every since

google plus sucks says:

mild but always there

ashley arias says:

I’m pretty sure this is what I have going on. I was in a ski accident during the 2017-18 season. I think I only lost consciousness for a few minutes. I wasn’t able to see out of one eye for about 1-2 months. I started getting severe migraine type headaches after the accident. I never really had headaches before the ski accident but my mom grew up suffering from regular migraines. It’s August 2020 and I’m home from work because another one of the migraine type headaches hit today. Unfortunately I am from the US which means I never sought medical attention ($$$$$$). I didn’t know about post traumatic headache. Anything a poor person in the US (we don’t have universal healthcare) can do from home?

Pankaj Gupta says:

If you still occasionally watch this video,I want to tell u Dr Amaal u rocked.You were lucid and chose the most apt words to explain.It helped me.

improve yourself says:

1 year passed after my mild traumatic brain injury (concussion), still feel my head. The pain is mild but it does not go away, and that’s very annoying

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