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Dr. Peter McAllister J. MD

Chief Medical Officer

New England Institute for Neurology & Headache

HQ Phone: (203) 914-1900

Email: p***@***.com

New England Institute for Neurology & Headache

30 Buxton Farm Road

Stamford, Connecticut 06905

United States

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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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Peter McAllister, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer
Phone: (203) 914-1900 Fax: (203) 914-1907 30 Buxton Farm Road, Ste. 230 Stamford, CT 06905
Peter is a board certified neurologist and Chief Medical Officer for both the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache and the New England Institute for Clinical Research. In the Personalized Concussion Care Center, he sees adults and children (age five and over) and employs a holistic, biopsychosocial approach to diagnosis and treatment. Formerly Director of the Headache Center, Concussion Center and Clinical Research at Associated Neurologists of Southern Connecticut, he holds clinical appointments at both Yale University School of Medicine and The Frank H. Netter School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. Recognized as a "Top Doc" in Connecticut, Metro N.Y., and Fairfield County, he is also listed as a "Top Neurologist" by US News and World Report. He lectures nationally, has been a principle investigator on numerous clinical trials, and has authored articles in the lay and scientific press. His areas of expertise include headache of all types, concussion (particularly prolonged post-concussion syndrome), multiple sclerosis, ADHD, Neuropathy, Lyme disease and complex neurological mysteries.


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Dr. Peter McAllister, medical director at the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache, discusses chronic cluster headaches and their debilitating effects. Photo: Michael Cummo / Hearst Connecticut Media / Stamford Advocate

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Dr. Peter McAllister, medical director at the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache, discusses chronic cluster headaches and their debilitating effects.
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Dr. Peter McAllister, medical director at the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache, discusses chronic cluster headaches and their debilitating effects. Dr. Peter McAllister, medical director at the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache, discusses chronic cluster headaches and their debilitating effects.
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After years of being treated for what doctors thought were sinus issues, Faria, now 56, was diagnosed with cluster headaches - an often debilitating condition that affects roughly 800,000 people in the country, according to Dr. Peter McAllister, medical director of the Stamford-based New England Institute for Neurology and Headache.
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The pain is so intolerable that the condition has been nicknamed the suicide headache, McAllister said.
"And it's called that for a reason - because it's one of the worst pain conditions imaginable," he said.


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And that can be a little problematic for physicians who don't want to treat … off label," said Dr. Peter McAllister, medical director of the New England Institute for Neurology and Headache.

McAllister said that migraine is a combination of biology, genetics and lifestyle, and often using biofeedback is effective.
"We have to get these kids to sleep," he said. "We have to get them to eat good, healthy food. We have to get them to drink lots of water, because dehydration is a trigger for migraines."
"We also screen for anxiety and depression," which frequently co-occur with migraine. "Sometimes we get these kids better without even using medicine," McAllister said.
Stress, doctors say, is often the No. 1 headache trigger.
McAllister has advised parents that their children should cut back on extra-curriculars and even drop Advanced Placement classes. He wants kids to refrain from hours of Internet connectivity and smartphone use.

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