Dr. Natalia Murinova is director of the UW Medicine Headache Center and a UW clinical assistant professor of neurology. She is an expert in treating…
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Patient Care Philosophy
I believe in a holistic approach to healing: there is connection of body, mind, genetics, nutrition and exercise in the in healing of each patient. I approach each of my patients as a unique individual with their own goals. I especially like to work with patients who are actively involved in their care and partner with me in their health plan. I think that the key to success is clear communication, honesty and establishing trust since many patients need long-term treatment plan and ongoing prevention strategy. I try to motivate and support my patients.
At the Headache Center, we bring together all aspects of headache medicine evaluation and treatment for the patient's benefit.
As a physician, it excites me to be able to successfully take care of patients. Our resources to do that are much better now than even a few years ago.
I enjoy outdoor sports, yoga, gardening, volunteering in her community, art, opera, classical music and spending time with family and friends.
Clinical research in headache treatment; headache prevention; complementary medicine; patient self-management.
Research in new headache treatments; research into treatment outcomes, information technology in headache medicine.
|Comenius University||Medical education||1991
|Henry Ford Hospital||Internship||Internal Medicine||
|Henry Ford Hospital||Residency||Internal Medicine||
|UW - Dept. of Neurology||Fellowship||Headache Medicine||
|UW - Dept. of Neurology||Residency||Neurology||
|American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology||Neurology||2006