Mia T. Minen
New York University
PsychiatryPsychologyNeurologyRandomized controlled trialPhysical therapyEmergency medicinePsychological interventionProgressive muscle relaxationBiofeedbackConcussionMigraineDepression (differential diagnoses)mHealthMEDLINEEmergency departmentHeadachesCognitive behavioral therapyFamily medicineAnxietyMedicine
93Publications
17H-index
825Citations
Publications 98
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#1Lauren Strauss (Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center)H-Index: 4
#2Marianna Shnayderman Yugrakh (CUMC: Columbia University Medical Center)H-Index: 3
Last. Mia T. MinenH-Index: 17
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Background null Infusion therapy refers to the intravenous administration of medicines and fluids for the treatment of status migrainosus, severe persistent headaches, or chronic headache. Headache practices and centers offer this treatment for patients as an alternative to the emergency department (ED) setting. However, little information is available in the literature on understanding the operations of an infusion center. null Objective null We sought to survey the Inpatient Headache & Emergen...
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#1Mia T. MinenH-Index: 17
#2Eric J. StieglitzH-Index: 1
ABSTRACT Purpose of Review: In 2019, over 50 million Americans were expected to use wearables at least monthly. The technologies have varied capabilities, with many designed to monitor health conditions. We present a narrative review to raise awareness of wearable technologies that may be relevant to the field of neurology. We also discuss the implications of these wearables for our patients and briefly discuss issues related to researching new wearable technologies. Recent Findings: There are a...
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#1Mia T. MinenH-Index: 17
Last. Robert DuarteH-Index: 1
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Objective null Pain specialists treat patients with headache and interface with those who use opioids more so than neurologists and headache specialists. We assessed headache medicine knowledge and needs of pain specialists. null Design/setting null Cross-sectional online survey. null Subjects null Members of the American Academy of Pain Medicine. null Methods null Survey was based on a prior survey on primary care providers' knowledge and needs and was iteratively updated by four headache speci...
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#1Mia T. MinenH-Index: 17
#2Kayla Kaplan (Barnard College)
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Background null Neuroscience Education Therapy (NET) has been successfully used for numerous overlapping pain conditions, but few studies have investigated NET for migraine. null Objective null We sought to (1) review the literature on NET used for the treatment of various pain conditions to assess how NET has been studied thus far and (2) recommend considerations for future research of NET for the treatment of migraine. null Design/methods null Following the PRISMA guideline for scoping reviews...
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#1Mia T. MinenH-Index: 17
#2Christina L. Szperka (UPenn: University of Pennsylvania)H-Index: 7
Last. Lauren Strauss (Wake Forest University)H-Index: 4
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Objective null To assess telehealth practice for headache visits in the United States. null Background null The rapid roll out of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic impacted headache specialists. null Methods null American Headache Society (AHS) members were emailed an anonymous survey (9/9/20-10/12/20) to complete if they had logged ≥2 months or 50+ headache visits via telehealth. null Results null Out of 1348 members, 225 (16.7%) responded. Most were female (59.8%; 113/189). Median age wa...
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#1Jessica Kiarashi (UTSW: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center)
#2Juliana VanderPluym (Mayo Clinic)H-Index: 10
Last. Maya Marzouk (Yeshiva University)H-Index: 3
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Objective null To review the contemporary issues of healthcare disparities in Headache Medicine with regard to race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status and geography and propose solutions for addressing these disparities. null Methods null An internet and PubMed search was performed and literature was reviewed for key concepts underpinning disparities in Headache Medicine. Content was refined to areas most salient to our goal of informing the provision of equitable care in headache treatment through...
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#1Mia T. MinenH-Index: 17
Last. Lauren StraussH-Index: 4
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#1Elizabeth K. SengH-Index: 18
#2Alexandra B. Conway (Greenwich Hospital)
Last. Dawn C. BuseH-Index: 53
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Abstract Objective: Evaluate whether the benefits of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Migraine (MBCT-M) on headache disability differs among people with episodic and chronic migraine. Methods: This is a planned secondary analysis of a randomized clinical trial. After a 30-day baseline, participants were stratified by episodic (6-14 days/month) and chronic migraine (15-30 days/month) and randomized to 8 weekly individual sessions of MBCT-M or wait list/treatment as usual (WL/TAU). Primary ...
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#1Benjamin W. Friedman (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)H-Index: 27
#2Eddie Irizarry (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)H-Index: 7
Last. E. John Gallagher (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)H-Index: 42
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OBJECTIVE To determine whether intravenous (IV) metoclopramide 20mg + diphenhydramine 25mg (M+D) was more efficacious than IV placebo for acute moderate or severe post-traumatic headache in the emergency room. METHODS We conducted this randomized, double blind, placebo controlled, parallel group study in two urban emergency departments (ED). Participants who experienced head trauma and presented to our EDs within 10 days with a headache fulfilling criteria for acute post-traumatic headache were ...
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#1Mia T. MinenH-Index: 17
#2Lauren StraussH-Index: 4
Last. Nina Riggins (UCSF: University of California, San Francisco)H-Index: 2
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Objective: null To assess the practice of telehealth for headache visits in the US. null Background: null The rapid roll-out of telehealth during the covid-19 pandemic impacted headache specialists. null Design/Methods: null American Headache Society (AHS) members were emailed an anonymous survey (9/9/20–10/12/20) to complete if they had logged ≥2 months or 50+ headache visits via telehealth. null Results: null 225 of 1348 (16.7%) AHS members responded. Most were female (59.8%; 113/189). Mean ag...
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