Chronic and Post-Traumatic Headaches

A Comprehensive Guide to the Literature for Personal Injury Lawyers

Publisher: Medifocus Legal
Publication Date: November 1, 2018
Number of Pages: 153

Personal injury lawyers commonly encounter clients who suffer with frequent headaches after sustaining a traumatic injury to the head or neck region. These headaches, the severity of which can range from mild to severe, are known in the literature as post-traumatic headaches. The most common mechanisms of injury that can trigger post-traumatic headaches include motor vehicle accidents, assaults, falls, and sports-related concussions. In a majority of cases, headaches develop within 2-weeks after the injury, but some patients may not experience headaches until several months after the trauma. Although several studies have shown that post-traumatic headaches typically resolve within 3-months after an injury, in a significant minority of cases, the headaches can persist much longer.

The two most common types of post-traumatic headaches are tension headaches that are mild to moderate in intensity that may be episodic or occur daily and migraine headaches that are moderate to severe in intensity and may be associated with nausea and vomiting or light and sound sensitivity. Since post-traumatic headaches are frequently associated with a mild traumatic brain injury, many patients also experience other post-concussion symptoms such as dizziness, ringing in the ears, memory difficulties, sleep disturbances, and anxiety. Treatment of post-traumatic headaches and its associated symptoms may include medications, physical therapy, and relaxation training or biofeedback. Persistent post-traumatic headaches can often be disabling because they interfere with activities of daily living and many patients experience difficulty in their home and work life.

The Medifocus Literature Guide to Post-Traumatic Headaches is a unique reference Guide consisting of 170 hand-selected journal article references with links to the article abstracts and includes FREE online access to the full-text of 23 articles. The articles included in the Guide cover a broad range of topics related to post-traumatic headaches that can help you to better understand the science and medicine and, thereby, better prepare you for litigating these often hard-fought cases.

Chronic and Post-Traumatic Headaches is a one-of-a-kind literature reference Guide that includes:

  • A comprehensive bibliography of 279 journal article references indexed in MEDLINE published in well respected medical and scientific journals.
  • Online access to the abstracts (summaries) of the articles.
  • Online access to the free full-text version of 22 articles.
  • Links to full-text sources of other articles that are available for purchase directly from individual journal publishers.
  • A unique “Author Directory” consisting of the names and institutional affiliations of experts who have published and have specialized knowledge about Chronic and Post-Traumatic Headaches . The “Author Directory” is a valuable resource for quickly identifying and locating experts for case reviews, opinions, and testimony.

Select examples of topics that are covered by the articles referenced in this Guidebook include:

  • Comorbidity of headache and depression after mild traumatic brain injury.
  • Clinical characterization and management of post-traumatic headaches.
  • Headache in traumatic brain injuries from blunt head trauma.
  • Epidemiological and clinical overview of post-traumatic headaches.
  • A descriptive study of chronic post-traumatic headache after mild head injury.
  • The prevalence and characterization of headache following mild traumatic brain injury.
  • Sports-related concussions and associated post-traumatic headaches.
  • A systematic review of interventions for post-traumatic headache.
  • Headache management in concussion and mild traumatic brain injury.
  • The natural history of headache after traumatic brain injury.
  • Headache associated with head and neck trauma.
  • Brain gray matter changes related to chronic post-traumatic headaches.
  • Chronic post-traumatic headache after head injury in children and adolescents.
  • Chronic headache after cranio-cervical trauma: Hypothetical mechanisms based on neuroanatomical considerations.
  • Disability and chronic post-traumatic headaches.
  • The relationship of neck injury and post-traumatic headache.
  • Neuropsychological and psychological effects of post-traumatic headaches.
  • Chronic post-traumatic headaches classified and compared with natural headaches.
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