Story by: Joe Hall on September 28, 2018
Stuffy noses and allergies aren’t the only ailments that come with fall. It’s also a prime time for headaches.
“The change in barometric pressure may act as a triggering event for people who suffer from headaches and migraine,” said Brian M. Plato, D.O., neurologist with Norton Neuroscience Institute. “In addition to barometric pressure changes, bright sunlight, extreme heat or cold, sun glare, high humidity, dry air and windy or stormy weather can also have a significant impact.”
As you prepare for weather changes this fall, Dr. Plato recommends the following tips:
Join specialists from Norton Neuroscience Institute Memory Center on Tuesday, May 2, to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and celebrate progress in treating it. During this lunch program, attendees will learn about the memory center, our approach to patient care and available multidisciplinary support services.
Nine physicians in Kentucky are board certified by the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties. Three of those are in Louisville, and two of those are with Norton Neuroscience Institute. Headache sufferers from Louisville, Southern Indiana and beyond seek the expertise of Dr. Plato and Jeffrey H. Frank, M.D., as well as their staff of nurse practitioners who have received advanced recognition with the “Certificate of Added Qualification” from the National Headache Foundation.
Treatment is offered for those suffering from:
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