In this Issue
It's Not In Your Head
Advances in Acute and Preventive Therapies Will Give Patients and Physicians More Latitude to Control Headaches
By Paul G. Mathew, MD, FAHS, Co-Chief Medical Editor
Emerging therapeutic targets and new modalities highlight a bright future.
By Deborah I. Friedman, MD, MPH
Education is key to raising awareness of the burden of migraine on families and social interactions.
By Paul Winnington, Editorial Director
Continued development of acute and preventive treatments could potentially yield effective and reliable therapies.
Although electronic technology offers potential for a more efficient delivery of healthcare, the patient experience may suffer as a result.
By Mark Kaufmann, MD
MOVEMENT DISORDERS FOCUS
Innovations in Parkinson’s Disease: Deep Brain Stimulation and Magnetic Resonance-guided Focused Ultrasound
Rapid progress in deep brain stimulation and focused ultrasound offer a glimpse of the future of treatment for Parkinson’s disease.
By Rachel Dolhun, MD
New research suggests that the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease is not as simple as previously thought.
By Ronald Devere, MD, FAAN
Maximizing the protection of your valuable personal and practice assets and minimizing unnecessary tax liabilities are essential if you own real estate.