Treatment Modalities for Persistent-Post Craniotomy Headaches
Purpose of this study: The study collects and analyzes ongoing data about the treatment of post-craniotomy headaches. The goal is to potentially develop standardized protocol recommendations to treat headaches after surgery and improve quality of life.
How the study is being done: The study is being done via electronic questionnaire which includes 25 questions and is available via a link. The data is all depersonalized.
Qualifications: Participants must have had a craniotomy procedure and then developed a headache within 7 days of regaining consciousness and the headache continued for 3 months or more. If you remember what types of treatments you used to address the headache (including holistic treatments, traditional medicine, or supplements) please include those details to the best of your ability.
Obligations: Participants need only to complete the electronic survey to the best of their ability and answer questions as honestly as possible. There is no cost and you can withdraw or decline to participate at any time. No funding is being used to complete this study and your personal information is never shared.
Enrollment period: Open until April 2020.
Link to Survey: https://wright.qualtrics.com/headachestudy
Rinki Goswami, MS
MD candidate Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine
Glen Solomon, MD
Professor and Chair Department of Internal Medicine, Wright State University
Ravi Samy, MD, FACS - Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, University of Cincinnati
Scott Meyer, MD - General Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati