When Medications Actually Trigger Pain

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Key Questions
  • Is there anything risky about reaching for the same medication frequently?
  • What are the guidelines to determine whether someone is taking a certain medication too often?
  • What’s the best way to treat someone who finds themselves dependent upon a particular medication to feel “normal?”
Interview Notes

Find more about Larry Charleston IV, MD and his work here:

Larry Charleston IV, MD

Neurologist
University of Michigan

A neurologist and assistant professor of neurology at the University of Michigan, Dr. Larry Charleston IV is a board-certified headache specialist and a member of the American Headache Society. His research on migraine diagnosis and therapies has been published in medical journals such as Headache, Cephalalgia and Neurology.


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When Medications Actually Trigger Pain

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