WATERTOWN – Migraine head-aches and head pain affect more than 34 million people, primarily women, each year. These illnesses cause countless hours of lost work and deprive people of the ability to enjoy their families, activities and jobs.
The SMC Interventional Pain Management Center will host a community seminar on managing migraine headaches and head pain from 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Pain Management Center office, located in the Medical Office Building, 3rd Floor, 826 Washington St., Watertown.
The seminar, presented by Sue Walker MSN, FNP-C, will offer strategies on how headache pain can be brought to a manageable level using a combination of interventional strategies, appropriate medications, and lifestyle modification.
Reservations are not required. This seminar is free and open to the public. For more information, visit samaritanhealth.com or call the Interventional Pain Management Center at 785-4019.
The Interventional Pain Management Center is a partnership between Samaritan Medical Center and Jefferson Anaesthesiologist Services. This multidisciplinary team of professionals is devoted to providing chronic pain management services to the communities of Northern New York and Fort Drum. The goal is to provide optimization of the quality of life for patients who are afflicted by chronic pain through the various treatment modalities offered by the team and the cooperative
efforts of patients and their families.
Samaritan Medical Center