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Headaches have many causes; among which include head injury.  Most people suffer headaches and/or head pain for a few weeks, or even a few  months following a head injury.  Some individuals develop chronic headaches and/or head pain that last for many years.  Headaches that become chronic are difficult to treat and difficult to live with. 

     Unfortunately, headache and head pain are poorly understood by medical science, however, the headache organizations below offer expert information, referrals and support. Many individuals have reported good headache relief from biofeedback, see below for contact information. 

American Headache Society (AHS) -- formerly the American Association for the Study of Headache, AASH,  produces Headache - the journal of head and face pain - 10 times each year, and also offers an annual scientific meeting, as well as two educational symposia. The educational symposia are in a two-track format - one for primary care and one for tertiary care.--19 Mantua Road, Mount Royal, NJ 08061 -- email: achehq@talley.com Telephone: 856-423-00432; Fax: 856-423-0082
American Council for Headache Education (ACHE) --19 Mantua Road, Mt. Royal, NJ 08061
ACHE is a non-profit patient-health professional partnership dedicated to advancing the treatment and management of headache. ACHE's goal is to help headache sufferers gain more control over all aspects of their lives - medical, social and economic. ACHE offers contact with others, alliance for change, help finding help and education about headache. Telephone: (609) 423-0043; Fax: 609-423-0082 
email: achehq@ache.smarthub.com -- url: http://www.achenet.org
Headache Information Network -- The Headache Information Network lets you hear the latest information from leading doctors right over the phone (pre-recorder messages).  Sponsored by the American Council for headach Education and made possible by an unrestricted education grant from Glaxoo Wellcome, Inc. Telephone: 888-560-0500 -- email:  headache@htinet.com --url: http://www.htinet.com
National Headache Foundation  (NHF) -- 820 N. Orleans St Ste. 217, Chicago, IL, 60610-3132 Disseminates free information on headache causes and treatments, funds research and sponsors public and professional education seminars nationwide. In addition to functioning as a clearinghouse for information, NHF also has audio and video tapes, books, brochures and other helpful materials available for purchase. A nationwide network of local support groups has been organized. -- Toll Free: 1-888-NHF-5552 -Telephone: (312) 274-2650; Fax: (312) 640-9049 -- url: http://www.headaches.org
Health Partners - Neurologic Disorders Publication Program -- Department of Neurology, 
2220 Riverside Ave S., Minneapolis, MN 55454-1478 --Telephone: (612) 371-1715; 
Fax: (612) 349-8320 -- url: http://www.healthpartners.com/
Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback  - Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback
The mission of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) is to advance the development, dissemination, and utilization of knowledge about applied psychophysiology and biofeedback in order to improve health and the quality of life through research, education and practice. Includes current research, news, a media catalog, events, and related links. A very organized layout.Telephone: 800-477-8892 / 303-422-8436 -- Fax: 303-422-8894 -- url: http://www.aapb.org/index.htm 

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