Robbins Headache Clinic

For more than 25 years, headache sufferers in the Chicago area have found relief from their pain, thanks to our cutting-edge treatment based on the latest advancements in the field. Dr. Larry Robbins, M.D., and Nurse Practitioner Brooke Phenicie, NP-C, use a comprehensive combination of remedies for migraines, tension headaches and cluster headaches. To start your individualized treatment plan, call and make an appointment.

2610 Lake Cook Road, Suite 160 Riverwoods, IL 60015 847.374.9399

DR. ROBBINS: Live on The Joan Esposito Show WCPT 820 AM

Dr. Robbins will be live on the Joan Esposito show, the first and third Tuesday of each month.

He will be on at 4 pm, for 30 minutes, talking about current medical topics and answering questions live.

Coronavirus-Related Headaches Skyrocketing: Doctor Robbins on Patch

“There is true [post-traumatic stress disorder] that some people have, like health care workers on the front lines,” Robbins told Patch. “We are all going through a traumatic time, and we’ve seen pre-existing anxiety get worse. We see people who have very little anxiety worried about their economic [situations] and health care. They’re also worried about their family and the country.”

Coronavirus Blog #6

There are a few nice things(trying to find a silver lining) about Covid-land: traffic, our lives are sometimes simpler, much less scheduled, more laid back. Of course, many more bad things but.... We learn new things daily: 1. you should have a pulse oximeter...

Coronavirus Blog #5

There are many questions about this virus, we have some of the answers but not enough. Newer developments; turns out diabetes is an enormous risk factor, while asthma is not. The virus attacks the cells in the pancreas, and they are seeing blood sugars in the 800 or...

Talking about COVID on Radio Today

If you are bored, at 4PM or so central time I will be on 820 AM(Joan Esposito show) talking about COVID......mostly my experience with it...there are a lot of aspects to this virus we do not know about: the prevalence of loss of sense of smell is very high; the virus...

Coronavirus Blog #4

I was in an inner city hospital(I will do teaching etc.); they are taking this virus VERY seriously, as the coronavirus has been particularly devastating to the African American community. There are several reasons for this(increased incidence of diabetes and HTN...

Corona Blog #3

I have my interview at an inner city hospital tomorrow; I am not sure what I will be doing(as a volunteer), inpatient or outpatient neurology; outpatient I can easily do, I do that; inpatient(stroke, meningitis, head trauma, bleeds in the brain etc) is different; I...

Dr. R’s coronavirus blog #2

SO, since I had the virus, I figure: hey, I could maybe be immune, I'll volunteer at an inner city hospital. So I am applying to one in the Austin neighborhood of Chicago(inner city).  This presents issues, in that it has been many years since I did inpatient...

Dr. R’s Coronavirus Adventure Blog #1

I had coronavirus 3 weeks ago; it is a nasty virus. I could not get tested, finally after days of trying I went to urgent care(where I knew they were testing), said the right things, got tested. Eventually recovered; I got it from a hockey locker...

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