Michael Franklin, M.D.

St. Anthony’s Neurology Group

1099 5th Ave., N. #300

St. Petersburg, FL 33705

Phone: 727-820-7701

Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 9am – 5:00pm

Medical Education: SUNY

Specialty: Headaches, Neuromuscular Diseases

Years of Practice: 18

Certified: Yes (UCNS – 2006)

Academic Appointments: USF College of Medicine

Hospital Affiliations: St. Anthony’s Hospital

DISCLAIMER

  • Links to information on healthcare providers who treat headaches are available as a service to headache suffers and their families. NHF does not endorse nor make any representations regarding any individual healthcare provider.
  • CAQ – Awarded Certificate of Added Qualifications from the National Headache Foundation
  • United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) – Headache Medicine is a subspecialty of neurology, and is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of head and face pain. Patients affected by headache and face pain may seek help from multiple specialty areas, including primary care (family practice, general internal medicine) and specialty care including but not restricted to neurology, neurosurgery, otolaryngology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, oromaxillofacial surgery, and psychiatry. For headache and face pain, the practitioner of Headache Medicine is often the principal care physician, and may render all levels of care commensurate with his or her training

Benjamin Taimoorazy, M.D.

Guardian Pain

2203 Eastland Drive, Suite 7

Bloomington, IL 61704

Phone: 309-808-1700

Specialty: Headaches

Certified: Yes

DISCLAIMER

  • Links to information on healthcare providers who treat headaches are available as a service to headache suffers and their families. NHF does not endorse nor make any representations regarding any individual healthcare provider.
  • CAQ – Awarded Certificate of Added Qualifications from the National Headache Foundation
  • United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) – Headache Medicine is a subspecialty of neurology, and is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of head and face pain. Patients affected by headache and face pain may seek help from multiple specialty areas, including primary care (family practice, general internal medicine) and specialty care including but not restricted to neurology, neurosurgery, otolaryngology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, oromaxillofacial surgery, and psychiatry. For headache and face pain, the practitioner of Headache Medicine is often the principal care physician, and may render all levels of care commensurate with his or her training

Carol Redillas, M.D.

Crescent City Headache and Neurology Center

2801 Napoleon Ave.

New Orleans, LA 70115

Phone: 504-301-1468

Website: http://neworleansheadachedoc.com/

Specialty: Headaches

Clinical Interests: Headache

Certified: Yes

Additional Offices: 

Crescent City Headache and Neurology Center

8050 W. Judge Perez Drive, Suite 2900

Chalmette, LA 70043

Website: http://neworleansheadachedoc.com/

Phone: 504-301-1468

DISCLAIMER

  • Links to information on healthcare providers who treat headaches are available as a service to headache suffers and their families. NHF does not endorse nor make any representations regarding any individual healthcare provider.
  • CAQ – Awarded Certificate of Added Qualifications from the National Headache Foundation
  • United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) – Headache Medicine is a subspecialty of neurology, and is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of head and face pain. Patients affected by headache and face pain may seek help from multiple specialty areas, including primary care (family practice, general internal medicine) and specialty care including but not restricted to neurology, neurosurgery, otolaryngology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, oromaxillofacial surgery, and psychiatry. For headache and face pain, the practitioner of Headache Medicine is often the principal care physician, and may render all levels of care commensurate with his or her training

Dennis J. Aumentado, M.D.

R.I. Neurology Group, Inc.

1065 Mendon Road

Woonsocket, RI 02895

Phone: 401-762-0170

Specialty: Adult Neurology

Certified: No

DISCLAIMER

  • Links to information on healthcare providers who treat headaches are available as a service to headache suffers and their families. NHF does not endorse nor make any representations regarding any individual healthcare provider.
  • CAQ – Awarded Certificate of Added Qualifications from the National Headache Foundation
  • United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) – Headache Medicine is a subspecialty of neurology, and is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of head and face pain. Patients affected by headache and face pain may seek help from multiple specialty areas, including primary care (family practice, general internal medicine) and specialty care including but not restricted to neurology, neurosurgery, otolaryngology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, oromaxillofacial surgery, and psychiatry. For headache and face pain, the practitioner of Headache Medicine is often the principal care physician, and may render all levels of care commensurate with his or her training

Margaret Goodman, M.D.

8551 W. Lake Mead Blvd. Ste. #250

Las Vegas, NV 89128

Phone: 702-255-8785

Specialty: Neurologist

Certified: No

DISCLAIMER

  • Links to information on healthcare providers who treat headaches are available as a service to headache suffers and their families. NHF does not endorse nor make any representations regarding any individual healthcare provider.
  • CAQ – Awarded Certificate of Added Qualifications from the National Headache Foundation
  • United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties (UCNS) – Headache Medicine is a subspecialty of neurology, and is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of head and face pain. Patients affected by headache and face pain may seek help from multiple specialty areas, including primary care (family practice, general internal medicine) and specialty care including but not restricted to neurology, neurosurgery, otolaryngology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, oromaxillofacial surgery, and psychiatry. For headache and face pain, the practitioner of Headache Medicine is often the principal care physician, and may render all levels of care commensurate with his or her training