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Some headaches are symptoms of something else happening in your body. They are secondary headaches: they follow a cause. Primary headaches, on the other hand, are not symptoms. They are disorders that cause a range of symptoms, one of them being pain. We asked 5 experts what they thought was wrong about the way primary headaches are treated today?

Medication overuse, time, diagnosis, aftercare and understanding are all highlighted. 



Experts interviewed for this video:

Prof. André Boezaart M.D., Ph.D.

CMO Lumina Health, Professor Emeritus University of Florida, Gainesville, USA


Prof. Peter Staats M.D., MBA

President at the World Institute of Pain, Founder of the Pain Medicine Division Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, USA


Prof. Chester "Trip" Buckenmaier III M.D., Col (Ret)

Founding Director of DVCIPM, Professor Emeritus Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, USA


Dr. Cam Smith M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA


Dr. André Botha, M.D.

Family physician