- A Ghoulish Update12:13Shocking Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)8:27Paper Chase #1 - Placebo vs Nocebo Show Down6:09Post-Traumatic Bone Crusher Headaches16:39I’m Deathly Tired….The Fatigue Work Up22:25Paper Chase #2 - To Augment or Switch Antidepressants? That is the Question4:49My kid is Freakin’ Seizing!! Simple Febrile Seizures20:39The Tools of Satan: IVC FiltersFree Chapter16:30Paperchase #3 - CV testing and Outcomes in Chest Pain6:04Things I Do But Should I? Epicondylitis Bracing Carnage5:17Paper Chase #4 - The Price of Crossing the Border for Medications6:59Chronic Seeping Oozing Wounds16:14*SCREEEECH!!* PEP for HIV12:46Paperchase #5 - Lithium Use in Pregnancy and the Risk of Cardiac Malformations6:03The Summary17:14
Just about any injury to the head can result in post-traumatic headache. The phenotype varies depending in part on the mechanism of injury. Treatment should be tailored to the presenting symptoms or phenotype. Physical modalities, medications, and cognitive behavioural therapy may all be beneficial.