Meath Online Seminar - Understanding my Migraine - Episode 6: - Preventative Treatments
31mar7:00 pm8:00 pmMeath Online Seminar - Understanding my Migraine - Episode 6: - Preventative TreatmentsLearn about treatments that are available for people living with high frequency episodic or chronic migraine
We are delighted to announce that Neurologist and National Headache and Migraine Expert Dr. Martin Ruttledge from the Beaumont Hospital Migraine Clinic, will present a talk on the preventative treatments
We are delighted to announce that Neurologist and National Headache and Migraine Expert Dr. Martin Ruttledge from the Beaumont Hospital Migraine Clinic, will present a talk on the preventative treatments of migraine. Dr. Ruttledge will cover the current medication prescribed by doctors to those living with high frequency episodic, or chronic migraine, as well as the more specialised treatments such as Botox, GON Blocks and the new anti-CGRP medications.
To book your place please go to Eventbrite.ie
There will be no live Q & A on the evening however we are inviting you to send any questions you have beforehand and we will dedicate time at the end to answer your questions. You can send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Ruttledge is a consultant neurologist at the Beaumont Hospital and the Hermitage Medical Clinic, both in Dublin (Ireland). He specialises in treating patients with migraine and other primary headache disorders. He obtained his medical degree from Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland) and his PhD from the Karolinska Institute (Stockholm, Sweden). He trained as a neurologist in a number of hospitals in London (UK) and spent part of his time there as a trainee with Prof. Peter Goadsby.
Dr. Ruttledge spends the majority of his time working as a clinician, seeing patients with migraine and other headache disorders. He routinely reviews 60–70 headache patients each week and operates specialised headache clinics in both of the hospitals where he works.
He provides specialised headache outpatient and inpatient treatments, including greater occipital nerve blocks, Onabotulinum toxin A injections (using the PREEMPT protocol), intravenous dihydroergotamine and lidocaine, and neuromodulation.
Only questions of a general nature will be answered. For more specific information please email us separately or consult a medical specialist.
We’re offering those living in Meath 10% off full membership with discount code MAI-MTH1
This event was made possible by HSE National Lottery Award Scheme Meath and is supported by the Scheme to Support National Organisations which is funded by the Government of Ireland through the Department of Rural and Community Development
The content of this event is for information only and is not intended to replace medical advice or diagnosis.
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm(GMT+01:00)