I would like to find a Doctor in New York City or New Jersey that specializes in Hemiplegic Migraines. Thank You, Mary.
Although there are doctors who specialize in treating Migraine, we don't know of any who specialize specifically in hemiplegic Migraine. Your best option is to locate specialists in that area, then call their offices and ask about their work with hemiplegic Migraine. Most likely, any of the doctors on our listing would be qualified. There's a link to our listing of specialists below.
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