Nurse Says Goodbye to Headache Pain

Posted on April 12, 2018

After suffering headache pain for 20 years, Cynthia is pain free thanks to the proper diagnosis and care by neurologist Henry Hooker, MD at Cumberland Neurology Group. Read Cynthia’s story.

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Headaches – Not anything to ignore

Posted on April 21, 2016

More than 90 percent of adults get a headache every now and then. But for the 25 percent of women and 15 percent of men who get chronic or severe headaches, it can be a painful and frustrating condition. Fortunately, headache patients don’t have to suffer in silence, says Dr. Henry Hooker of Fort Sanders […]

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Headache clinic helps women manage her migraines

Posted on April 21, 2016

As a busy administrator at a small Kentucky college, Pam Whitehead has to be sharp and on her toes every day. That’s why she was desperate to find a way to control the chronic migraines that had been causing her intense pain for the past couple of years Read the full story here.

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Managing her migraines is a must for Norris woman

Posted on April 21, 2016

Sandy Pfeiler knows the blistering pain of migraines all too well. The 58-year -old Norris woman has suffered from the head-splitting malady since she was a teenager. Her years of occasional migraines suddenly became a daily agony following a total hysterectomy in 2001. “When my hormones changed, my migraines just blew up!” explains Pfeiler. An […]

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Migraines – you don’t have to live with the pain!

Posted on April 21, 2016

Stephanie Monday had accepted her migraines. She was resigned to the fact that she was going to probably experience a migraine every day. “I thought this is just the way it’s going to be,” she remembers. The Seymour woman had tried to alleviate her chronic headaches with different medications and therapies for years, but the […]

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Botox treatments put woman’s migraines at bay

Posted on April 21, 2016

Anne Freeman knows how crippling migraine headaches can be. “They absolutely destroy your life,” states the Oak Ridge woman. The 37-year-old married mother of two teens has regularly suffered the de-habilitating pain since she was a child. “I’m a lifelong migrainer and was misdiagnosed with sinus problems when I was little,” she explains. By the […]

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Unraveling the mystery of migraines

Posted on April 21, 2016

Dianna Mercier has a vivid memory of her mother sitting on the edge of the bed and in tears because of the pain. The source was yet another migraine headache, which was followed by a trip to the hospital for relief. “I remember how awful that was,” Mercier recalls. “This was 50 years ago, so […]

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