Dr. Mark Green on Diagnosing Migraines
February 22, 2013
Mount Sinai's Mark Green, MD, discusses how migraines are diagnosed. Menstrual migraines, cluster headaches, basilar migraines, and tension-type headaches all can be debilitating, painful and difficult to diagnose, but the Center for Headache and Pain Medicine at The Mount Sinai Hospital is especially equipped with the latest technology and experience to provide diagnosis and treatment in even the most complicated cases. Treatment options include biofeedback, Botox, and other interventional procedures. Dr. Green considers all available options and medical alternatives to offer the highest level of medical treatment and care.
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Home Video Electroencephalography (EEG) for Epilepsy
January 27, 2015
Mount Sinai’s epilepsy specialists discuss how home video EEG provides important clues for the diagnosis and management of epilepsy.
Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery to treat Parkinson's Disease
April 18, 2013
Watch how Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery (DBS) completely transforms Michael Toscano's Parkinson's Disease. Michael is a retired New York City Police Officer and was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 1997 at only 34 years old.
A Treatment for Every Headache
November 2, 2012
There are thousands of types of headaches and they affect everyone differently. At the Mount Sinai Center for Headache and Pain Medicine, Mark Green, MD, and Kathleen Mullin, MD, tailor each treatment plan to each patient.