Larry Charleston, IV, MD, Headache Expert Correspondent to Kristin Chenoweth

Dr. Larry Charleston IV collaborated to an online article that was recently published by "The Healthy: A Reader's Digest brand" where he served as the headache expert correspondent to Ms. Kristin Chenoweth's exclusive interview regarding Chronic Migraine and her treatment with onabotulinumtoxinA (Botox).   

Larry Charleston IV, MD, MSc, FAHS,  Director of Headache and Facial Pain and Director of Faculty Development in the Department of Neurology and Ophthalmology at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, states that chronic migraine is “a neurological disease that has associated symptoms (such as nausea or vomiting, headache pain, and sensitivity to light and sound, to name a few) and can significantly affect patients’ day-to-day activities.” Dr. Charleston stated that the condition can have a significant impact on day-to-day activities, resulting in missed days at work and time away from friends and family.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has suggested that 148 million people worldwide live with chronic migraine—headaches that occur 15 or more days per month and last for four or more hours. The WHO also counts migraines in general as one of the 10 most disabling medical illnesses on Earth.

A link to the full article can be found at:   How Kristin Chenoweth Overcame Years of Chronic Migraine Headaches.

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