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Leah A. Thronaum, DO

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Gender:
Female

Specialties

  • Neurology

Service Line

  • Neurology
  • Neurosciences

Clinical Interests

Dr. Leah Thronaum is a CentraCare neurologist with subspecialty training in headache medicine. Dr. Thronaum has a special interest in management of primary and secondary headaches as well as post-concussive headaches and atypical facial pain. For many living with migraine, a headache specialist makes all the difference. From diagnosing your particular type of headache syndrome to designing a tailored treatment plan that works for you, a headache specialist is a capable ally and can be a vital addition to your migrane/headache support team. She has particular expertise in performing injection techniques such as Head and Face nerve blocks, trigger point injections, Spheno-palatine ganglion blocks, as well as Neurotoxin Injections such as Botox for therapeutic purposes. She also has neuro-modulation experience with use of single pulse TMS (Trans-cranial Magnetic Stimulation) device and trans-cranial electrical stimulating.

Languages

  • English

Education

Residency

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Internship

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Medical Education

Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Personal Interests

Headache medicine quickly became Dr. Thronaum's passion as she time and time again witnessed the burden and impact people with headache disorders are confronted with. It's a tricky thing for people to understand how this condition which doesn't present with viable symptoms can be so disabling.

The headache patient is not the only one who is affected. It trickles down to their job and coworkers, their spouses, children and relationships suffer and — as a result — often the patients self-worth and confidence becomes questioned. It takes a toll on every aspect of one's life.

Dr. Thronaum's goal is for her patients to better understand their own role in management of chronic and complex neurologic issues, and to arm them with the knowledge required to make the best medical and neurologic choices to improve their quality of life.

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