Sinus? Tension? Migraine?

Get Answers. Get Relief.

0 %
of the U.S. population has migraine​
0 %
are misdiagnosed.


Does this sound familiar to you? It does to us: we hear the phrase “I just deal with it,” from almost every patient who visits The Headache Center. There are so many obstacles between headache sufferers and appropriate treatment that it often doesn’t seem worth it to even try. But many of them are actually misconceptions! Take a look at our “Migraine Myths” post to see if you’ve been fooled by a common “myth” that is keeping you from receiving treatment.  Appropriate migraine treatment is complex, but it is not impossible or unachievable! With an accurate diagnosis and a comprehensive, holistic treatment plan, you can be pain free. At The Headache Center, we believe in working together with our patients, as a team.


During your first appointment at The Headache Center we’ll spend at least an hour with you, listening to your concerns, thoroughly examining your history, and performing a comprehensive exam in order to establish an accurate diagnosis.

Subsequent visits will be less time-intensive, but we’ll always spend at least 30 minutes with you reviewing your current treatment plan, assessing side-effects, tolerability, and efficacy, and making adjustments to your treatment as needed. Your input is key!


At The Headache Center, establishing an accurate diagnosis doesn’t just mean you get a certain label; we are committed to helping you fully understand your diagnosis. Our staff thoroughly explains your specific condition(s) and walks you through every aspect of your treatment plan, from medication to lifestyle management.

We also send you home armed with approachable, evidence-based articles to help you continue to learn, and we take time at every visit to answer your questions and guide you to additional resources.


Proper, effective treatment for headache and migraine conditions involves more than a simple prescription. A holistic treatment plan is typically necessary, involving many factors such as lifestyle changes, dietary adjustments, prescription medication, and more.

Every patient’s triggers and symptoms are different, and require a unique approach to ensure that treatment thoroughly addresses all symptoms and co-morbidities and doesn’t produce problematic side-effects. We treat you as a person, not a label.