The 2020 Migraine World Summit begins March 18, 2020

Best Therapies that are Safe for Kids

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Key Questions
  • How can you tell if young children have migraine?
  • What are the best treatments for young children & adolescents?
  • What role do parents need to play to help manage their child’s migraine condition?
Interview Notes
Amy Gelfand

Amy Gelfand, MD

Director of Pediatric Headache Program

Dr. Amy Gelfand, is a Harvard Medical School graduate who is Board Certified in Headache Medicine. She holds several leadership positions which include Director of the UCSF Pediatric Headache Program; as a Reviewer for over half a dozen leading medical publications including Cephalalgia, Neurology, and Headache; as well as acting on the Committee of several professional organizations and task forces. Dr. Gelfand is a Fellow of the American Headache Society, and member of the International Headache Society and the American Academy of Neurology and is widely regarded by her peers as a world leader in pediatric migraine.

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