Fourth Annual Migraine World Summit

4 Feb

Migraine World Summit

Did you know it is the fourth year for the Migraine World Summit? It is scheduled for March 20-28, 2019.

Our mission is simple: to reduce the global burden of migraine through education and fundraising.

The Migraine World Summit provides hope to patients with free access to world-leading experts, including doctors and specialists from the comfort and privacy of their own home.

Register for free today!

Organizers of the Summit are two people who have experienced chronic migraine themselves – Paula K. Dumas from Los AngelesUnited States and Carl Cincinnato from Sydney, Australia.

“We created the Summit to offer unprecedented access to many of the world’s leading migraine experts through interviews, resources and transcripts,” said Mr. Cincinnato. “We aim to reduce the global burden of migraine by sharing in-depth interviews and life-changing insights people generally don’t learn from their local doctor.”

“Migraine is much more than a bad headache. It can cause nausea, vomiting, affect balance or even cause temporary motor weakness, blindness, or paralysis,” explained Ms. Dumas. “For people who have migraine attacks several days a month, migraine can be devastating to their work, school, relationships and quality of life” said Ms. Dumas.

More than 100,000 people have participated in the Summit to discover how to better manage the disease. This year includes 32 experts from leading hospitals, universities, headache clinics and institutions from 11 countries, such as Mayo ClinicYale School of Medicine and Cleveland Clinic.

Among the questions the Summit will answer in 2019:

  • What new treatments are now available or coming soon?
  • What can I learn from successful patient case studies?
  • What new non-medicinal alternatives are most effective?
  • When are brain scans or extra tests useful?
  • How can I break refractory chronic migraine?
  • How is neck pain and migraine related?
  • How important is sleep and exercise for migraine prevention?
  • Which supplements or vitamins are worth considering?
  • What are some common drug interactions and side effects we should know about?

Please note that if you have registered for the Summit before, you don’t have to sign up again as long as you are still subscribed and getting our weekly emails. If you are not sure if you are registered, you can email and our support team can then look into your email address and get back to you.

You can register for free here.

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