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New England Institute for Neurology & Headache

30 Buxton Farm Road

Stamford, Connecticut 06905

United States

Company Description

New England Institute for Neurology and Headache is a fully integrated clinical and research center, affiliated with Greenwich and Stamford Hospitals, St. Vincent's Medical Center as well as Yale and Columbia Universities, The Frank H. Netter School of Me ... more

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Employment History

Director, Neurology and Headache Medicine

New England Institute for Neurology & Headache

Director, Clinical Research and The Headache Center

Southern Connecticut P.C

Education

BA

M.D.

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Peter McAllister, M.D., ...

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Peter McAllister, M.D., Medical Director of the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache has explained the feeling of relief from ice and compression in medical terms: "We're not entirely sure why people respond to cold. Most Likely in the face of a migraine, cold applied to the small subcutaneous pain nerves fibers in the forehead, temples and occipital area down regulates their firing into the trigeminal ganglion, thereby suppressing the pain. Of course your hat also provides dark, which is very helpful since most migraineurs are photophobic". Dr. McAllister thinks the Headache Hat is a great tool in battling the pain from headaches and migraines!


Peter McAllister, M.D., ...

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Peter McAllister, M.D., Medical Director of the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache has explained the feeling of relief from ice and compression in medical terms: "We're not entirely sure why people respond to cold. Most Likely in the face of a migraine, cold applied to the small subcutaneous pain nerves fibers in the forehead, temples and occipital area down regulates their firing into the trigeminal ganglion, thereby suppressing the pain. Of course your hat also provides dark, which is very helpful since most migraineurs are photophobic". Dr. McAllister thinks the Headache Hat is a great tool in battling the pain from headaches and migraines!


Peter McAllister, M.D., ...

theheadachehat.com [cached]

Peter McAllister, M.D., Medical Director of the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache has explained the feeling of relief from ice and compression in medical terms: "We're not entirely sure why people respond to cold. Most Likely in the face of a migraine, cold applied to the small subcutaneous pain nerves fibers in the forehead, temples and occipital area down regulates their firing into the trigeminal ganglion, thereby suppressing the pain. Of course your hat also provides dark, which is very helpful since most migraineurs are photophobic". Dr. McAllister thinks the Headache Hat is a great tool in battling the pain from headaches and migraines!


Peter McAllister, M.D., ...

theheadachehat.com [cached]

Peter McAllister, M.D., Medical Director of the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache (www.NEINH.com) has explained the feeling of relief from ice and compression in medical terms: "We're not entirely sure why people respond to cold. Most Likely in the face of a migraine, cold applied to the small subcutaneous pain nerves fibers in the forehead, temples and occipital area down regulates their firing into the trigeminal ganglion, thereby suppressing the pain. Of course your hat also provides dark, which is very helpful since most migraineurs are photophobic". Dr. McAllister thinks the Headache Hat is a great tool in battling the pain from headaches and migraines!


Peter McAllister, M.D., ...

theheadachehat.com [cached]

Peter McAllister, M.D., Medical Director of the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache has explained the feeling of relief from ice and compression in medical terms: "We're not entirely sure why people respond to cold. Most Likely in the face of a migraine, cold applied to the small subcutaneous pain nerves fibers in the forehead, temples and occipital area down regulates their firing into the trigeminal ganglion, thereby suppressing the pain. Of course your hat also provides dark, which is very helpful since most migraineurs are photophobic". Dr. McAllister thinks the Headache Hat is a great tool in battling the pain from headaches and migraines!

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