DAN HENRY, MD, Executive director
Dan received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Washington in 1974 and completed his residency at the University of Utah. Dr. Henry is one of the founding members of Foothill Family Clinic and has practiced there for the past 43 years.
His youngest daughter, Danielle, developed severe migraine disease at the age of 8. Over the next 9 years, her disease continued to progress, and she ended her life at age 17.
Following Danielle’s death, Dr. Henry focused on making a difference for those with migraine and headache disorders by devoting his practice to headache medicine with a special interest in child, adolescent and young adult patients with headache.
Together with his family, he established the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation in 2016.
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Dr. Dan Henry and nurse practitioner Ruth Kennedy walk us through the process of getting IV therapy.
The Association of Migraine Disorders talks with the Henry family, who have honored the memory of their daughter and sister lost to migraine disease with the creation of the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation.
This month the American Headache Society put the spotlight on Dr. Dan Henry, who has committed his career to improving the lives of those living with headache disorders.
My name is Dr. Dan Henry and I started the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation in honor of my daughter, Danielle.
The June 2017 Issue of Salt Magazine features the Henry family and their work to raise awareness of migraine disease through the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation.