Paul Rizzoli, MD

Paul Rizzoli, MD, is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Neurology and Headache Medicine. He is the Clinical Director of the Graham Headache Center at the Brigham and Women’s/ Faulkner Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Begun in 1999 and affiliated with the Harvard Medical School, it is one of the largest UCNS-accredited training programs in Headache Medicine in the United States. This academic headache center, located on the Faulkner Hospital campus, has as its mission to re-establish the Faulkner’s longstanding reputation for excellence in headache care and to carry on the legacy of Dr. John Graham, an early headache pioneer. The center is known for excellence in headache management, research and for clinical training in Headache Medicine.


Posts by Paul Rizzoli, MD

Does Botox reduce the frequency of chronic migraine?

Paul Rizzoli, MD

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People who experience chronic migraine headaches may benefit from treatment with botulimun neurotoxin (Botox), though other treatments such as medication are usually tried first.

A silver lining for migraine sufferers?

Paul Rizzoli, MD

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A recent study suggests that having migraine headaches may be connected to a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, though the specific reason for this connection remains unknown.