Migraine Treatment for Patients in Maui, Hawaii
Do you need migraine treatment in the Maui, HI, area? If so, the medical professionals at Urgent Care West Maui are here to help. While some migraines are often proceeded by warning signs, sometimes a migraine can be unpredictable. That is why our medical center is open 365 days a week from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.* to both visitors and residents to accommodate any unexpected illnesses and injuries that may occur. We also do not require an appointment, and there is usually only a minimal wait to be seen by one of our doctors, so you do not have wait around to receive the treatment you need and deserve.
When patients enter our medical center in Maui, Hawaii, in need of migraine treatment, they will first receive a comprehensive examination. During the examination, one of our medical professionals will try to pinpoint some of the symptoms of the migraine, including intense throbbing in a particular area of the head, nausea, sensitivity to light and sound, dizziness, and scalp tenderness, in order to provide an effective treatment plan. To alleviate the migraine and its symptoms, our doctors at Urgent Care West Maui may prescribe one or more of the following medications:
- Pain relievers, such as aspirin, Tylenol, and ibuprofen
- Nerve pain medications
- Opioid medications
- Anti-nausea medications
What’s more, they may encourage other forms of treatment as part of your overall migraine treatment plan and management. This may include, but is not limited to, avoiding migraine triggers and stress, improving sleep habits, modifying your diet, and even introducing new therapies, such as progressive muscle relaxation.
To receive migraine treatment in Maui, Hawaii, visit Urgent Care West Maui at your earliest convenience.
*Please be advised that visits taking place on weekdays after 5 p.m., Saturdays after 12 p.m., and Sundays and holidays are subject to an additional after-hours charge.