The Michigan Headache & Neurological Institute (MHNI) continues its regular operations.
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MHNI has received a number of inquiries about the use of sphenopalatine ganglion (SPG) blocks for headache.
NBC’s Today morning show featured Drs. Saper and Moheyuddin and a patient who came to MHNI for relief of her chronic migraines.
Dr. Joel Saper accepted the American Pain Society Clinical Center of Excellence in Pain Management award on behalf of MHNI.
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain is a known headache trigger. Fortunately, a suprising number of the factors that contribute to TMJ pain can be treated through physical therapy.
So, your doctor has told you that it’s important to get regular exercise, both for maximizing your overall health, and for helping to manage your migraines. Are you skeptical? You’re not alone.
Neurologist Joel Saper doesn't believe there's a panacea for chronic headache, but does offer hope in promising new treatments, including neuromodulation.
The November 2008 issue of Women’s Health magazine includes a list of the best doctors in the specialties most important to women. Dr. Saper is featured in the “Top Neurologists” category – the only Michigan doctor among the 16 that were named in that specialty.
Migraine Expressions: A Creative Journey through Life with Migraine is a beautiful new book compiled and edited by Betsy Baxter Blondin.
New daily persistent headache (NDPH) is one of the important headache entities under the category of chronic daily headache. This is the group of primary headache disorders that also includes chronic migraine, chronic tension-type headache, and hemicrania continua. Only recently has NDPH been recognized as a distinct entity by headache specialists.