Inoue Neurology Clinic
Are you one of the many people who suffer from migraines? It is reported that around 8.4 million people in Japan suffer from migraines, so you are not alone. Most people who suffer from migraines believe there is no relief from a migraine. They just do their best to manage the headache and keep the pain at a tolerable level. We examine over 500 migraine patients annually and treat them with traditional oriental medicine as well as Western medicine.
In addition to treatment with medication, headaches can be improved considerably by improvement and changes in lifestyle and exercise. At our clinic we provide advanced diagnostic procedures that include Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Cat Scan (CT), Ultrasound, Electroencephalography (EEG), Electromyography (EMG/NCV), and Infusion Therapy. Inoue Neurology Clinic has become a well-known medical clinic in this field. We put an emphasis on advanced treatments targeting cranial nerve fields.
Migraines may be caused by common ailments such as anemia and thyroid abnormalities, but they may also be a symptom of serious diseases such as subarachnoid hemorrhages or brain tumors. In some cases, these diseases are discovered in patients who thought it was simply a migraine. In my time as neurology specialist, I have been able to diagnose Parkinson’s disease by simply looking at the way a patient enters the examination room. I also have diagnosed spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy from observing a patient’s facial expressions and seeing subtle vibrations around the lips.
You may think mild headaches can be treated with over-the-counter medications, but these can also cause another headache due to overuse and dependence on the medication. Taking painkillers for more than 15 days a month and for more than 3 months can sometimes cause this condition. We recommend not to take migraines lightly, so please visit our clinic anytime.
Clinical Researcher at the University of Iowa; Lecturer in the Department of Internal Medicine of Hiroshima University; Lecturer of Neurology at the Medical Department of Kawasaki Medical University; Division Head of Hiroshima Prefectural Hospital. Handling over 800 migraine patients every year.
5-7 FunairiKawaguchi-cho Naka ku, Hiroshima City