Migraine needs Innovation
The aim of this project is to be a hub for innovation in migraine, to encourage more researchers and companies to focus on migraine, and to give migraine patients access to information on new tools, treatments and research to empower them to live better lives.
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We interviewed Caryn Seebach, PsyD, Director of Programs at Ctrl M Health to find out more about their evidence based program to help people manage their migraine. Ctrl M is a great example of how a multidisciplinary approach can be taken for migraine, which is something that we feel is overlooked by many clinicians whenContinue reading “Ctrl M Health: Interview”
“Dynamic disability” is a term coined by Brianne Benness and describes conditions that have fluctuating symptoms that can cause a person to have different needs and abilities at different times. This is in contrast to disabilities that could be considered more ‘static’ that are unlikely to create varying levels of symptoms or abilities. I thinkContinue reading “Migraine as a dynamic disability”
I think Allay Lamp is one of the most left of field, innovative and interesting products on the market for the treatment of migraine. I first heard about the benefits of green light therapy from Dr Burstein on the Migraine World Summit and was dying to hear when it was hitting the market. This isContinue reading “Interview with Allay Lamp”
If you are a researcher, innovator, or evidence based product creator in migraine and would like to be interviewed, please get in touch