Houston Methodist. Leading Medicine.
Houston Methodist. Leading Medicine

Headache Center

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For appointments:
  Call: 281-276-8999

   16655 Southwest Freeway
   Sugar Land, TX 77479
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    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Headache treatment as unique as each patient.

The Headache Center at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is committed to providing advanced, personalized care to help chronic headache patients get back to a life without pain.

Receive expedited access to our world-class team of headache specialists. They will provide coordinated and comprehensive care starting with an accurate diagnosis and a unique treatment plan to help alleviate and prevent chronic headaches.

Through years of specialty education and training, our headache experts have the experience required to accurately diagnose and treat headaches, and are committed to developing a personalized treatment plan for each patient. All physicians affiliated with the Headache Center are board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Headaches don’t have to ruin your day or quality of life.
Contact the Headache Center at 281-276-8999 or headachecenter@houstonmethodist.org to schedule your appointment with a Board Certified Headache specialist who will help identify treatment options for you.

Complete range of treatment options customized to each patient:

  • Lifestyle and dietary counseling
  • Stress Management
  • Medication Management
  • Infusion therapy
  • Botox treatment

Many Varieties of HeadachesTypes of Headaches

Headaches can come and go with no warning and no clear cause. Other times, they can be a symptom of another disease or condition. Knowing the symptoms of different types of headaches can help you get the appropriate treatment.

   Tension headache

  • Your headache might be due to tension if the pain is dull and achy. Tension headaches are also usually accompanied by a sore neck and can often be treated with over-the-counter pain medications.


  • A migraine is characterized by throbbing, severe pain that lasts from four to 72 hours. The pain can also be accompanied by nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light and sound. If you feel the symptoms of a migraine coming on, rest in a quiet, dark room. A hot or cold compress on the forehead can help, as can trying to sleep. If home remedies don’t work, talk to your physician about other non-drug therapies or prescription medications.

   Chronic headache

  • If you experience headaches more than 14 days of a month, you might have chronic headaches. They can feel moderate to severe, and they may be a sign of an underlying condition.

   Rebound headache

  • Unfortunately, sometimes what helps headaches can make them worse. If you take pain medication for headaches often, and the headache returns, you might be experiencing a rebound headache. The only way to stop the cycle of rebound headaches is to discontinue the use of that particular medication.

   Cluster headache

  • A cluster headache is a rare condition that affects less than 1% of adults. It is characterized by a sharp, severe pain that is often only on one side of the head. It is very painful, but lasts a short time — about 45 to 90 minutes.