Clusterbusters will be presenting our latest research, a collaboration between Clusterbusters and researchers at Yale University at the American Headache Societies 56th annual Scientific Meeting. The conference takes place in Los Angeles Ca. from June 26th to the 29th, 2014.
The 56th Annual Scientific Meeting is designed for physicians, psychologists, scientists, researchers, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other health professionals involved in the care of patients with head, neck, and orofacial pain.
Immediately following this meeting, Clusterbusters will attending the AMHA conference which is being held in the same venue.
Education and support for patients with Migraine and other Headache Disorders, family, friends, and others who care. Sponsored by the American Headache and Migraine Association. For more information or to register, see www.easeheadachemigraine.com/second-annual-patient-conference.
Members of the American Headache and Migraine Association can apply for travel scholarships.
Although the entire conference is informative and a great opportunity for all headache sufferers and family, we are happy to point out that one of the sessions during this conference will feature Dr. Peter Goadsby speaking on managing Cluster Headaches.
This dual conference event will allow Clusterbusters to meet with all the leading headache specialists and discuss treatments and help educate the medical community regarding the needs of cluster patients. We will be reaching out to those that still need to become informed of the efficacy and need for properly prescribing oxygen as well as the wide array of all standard and alternative treatment options.
Our attendance at AHMA’s conference allows us to reach out to the patients and families living with cluster headaches and other related headache disorders. Better understanding of cluster headaches among the entire headache community will improve the diagnosis process and help everyone find a treatment plan that suits them.
These events offer Clusterbusters the opportunity to bring about a better understanding of cluster headaches to the medical community as well as the patient population. We hope the new research we will be presenting will help the medical community offer better treatments to those that suffer as well as reaching the families that suffer.
We would like to thank all those that have supported Clusterbusters in the past and continue to do so. If not for the overwhelming support within the cluster community, we would not be able to offer such education and advocacy opportunities.