Whether you’re new to migraine disease or have struggled with it for years, there can be
moments of despair. Will this medication work? What am I doing wrong? How can I control this?

Can I get back my life?
In a word: yes. While some medications like triptans have been available for decades, in the last
two years, two new classes of migraine medications have arrived—gepants and CGRPs. More
and more research is focused on non-medicinal treatments too, such as exercise, yoga,
meditation, neuromodulators, light sensitivity, and more. The depth and breadth of options for
people with migraine have expanded dramatically.

You can learn about all this and more at the 2022 Migraine World Summit this March 16-24.
The Summit is a 9-day virtual event available for free. Thirty-two experts—researchers and
clinicians from all over the globe—share their knowledge in convenient 30-minute interviews.
From the comfort of your home, you can learn about new treatments and the latest research.

Here’s a sample of what you can expect at this year’s Summit:
● When Nothing Works: Treatment-Resistant Chronic Migraine
● The Latest Developments in Migraine Research
● 10 Steps to Migraine Management Your Doctor Should Be Taking
● Staying Hopeful: Treatment Burnout in Chronic Disease
● The Latest New Treatments for Migraine
● Physical Therapy Modalities for Headache and Pain
● How a Nutritionist Manages Migraine
… and much more

Take action and gain control.
In a survey that was conducted among the 2021 Migraine World
Summit community, 95% of reported that they have taken, or plan to take, at least one action as
a result of participating in the Summit. Over half said they have or plan to try lifestyle changes
(56%), a new drug therapy (55%), or non-medicinal treatments (53%). Over a quarter said they
want to better understand their triggers (28%) or try neuromodulation (27%).

“This has been so informative. I’m 76 and have had migraine since I was 16
so I have pretty much-tried everything. Watching this has given me hope.“
– Bunnie K.

Learning about migraine treatments can help put you back in the driver’s seat of managing your
migraine disease. Join us for the 7th Annual Migraine World Summit on March 16-24, 2022.
Get free access when you register today.
Register now at: http://www.migraineworldsummit.com?afmc=1v