Migraine hurts your people and your business. Let’s reverse it.

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Migraine is a big deal for employers

  • Migraine is a chronic disease impacting 30 million US working adults. But it’s now reversible.
  • 73% of migraine sufferers are women and people of color, who have historically suffered from a lack of good treatment options.
  • Migraine is a silent killer of productivity and retention, and is the leading cause of short-term disability for most employers.
  • Because of shared root causes, sufferers who engage in migraine reversal can impact other issues like diabetes, hypertension, MSK conditions, and anxiety.

Migraine is a big deal

Finally, a solution to
reverse migraine

Migraine Reversal Center of Excellence

Give your employees the ability to reverse their migraine, and impact your productivity, health costs, and DEI objectives.

App-based virtual program

Migraine specialist physician

1:1 health coach support

Root cause diagnosis

Personalized treatment plan

Expert medication management

Learn how the reversal program works

Migraine Reversal Center of Excellence

Give your employees the ability to reverse their migraine, and impact your productivity, health costs, and DEI objectives.

App-based virtual program

Migraine specialist physician

1:1 health coach support

Root cause diagnosis

Personalized treatment plan

Expert medication management

Learn how the reversal program works

Kristen K.

“After one month on the program, I went on vacation and it was the first time I went a week without a headache. I forgot how incredible it is to feel normal.

I can finally show up and be the person I know I am capable of.”

– Kristen K.

Senior Product Leader, Healthcare IT
Single mom
Migraine sufferer for 19 years

Measurable program results

A clinical study of our Migraine Reversal Program revealed the following results after our 90 day program.

Migraine Solution Study

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60%

of participants no longer had a migraine diagnosis1

Among participants who still had migraine:

56% saw at least

50%

reduction in migraine days1

They experienced a

29%

reduction in migraine severity1

8x

increase in patients not missing work, school, or activities due to migraine1

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3:1 Return on
investment

  • 55% reduction in direct medical costs.
  • 55% reduction in indirect cost (missed days of work due to absenteeism/presenteeism).
  • 50% reduction in pharmacy costs in year 2.

What could you get back from migraine?

Number of employees

50

15,000

2,400 with migraine

What if you could take back 88,800 migraine days per year within your company?1

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How migraine reversal works as a covered benefit for employees

Root Cause Discovery

2 weeks

Migraine Reversal Program

3 months

Support & Control Phase

4+ months

Low risk. High return.

You only pay Per Enrolled Employee Per Month (PEEPM).

We cover 100% of engagement and implementation costs.

No out-of-pocket costs for your employees.

Unlock the migraine burden employees face

Help up to 20% of your workforce who suffer from migraine and constant migraine-related anxiety.

Debilitating, unpredictable attacks last from 4 hours to 3 days and sufferers can experience 15 or more migraine days per month.1

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Unlock the gateway to impacting other chronic diseases

People with migraine have other chronic diseases often because their multiple diseases have the same root causes.

But according to 3.5 million social media threads, migraine is far more motivating for patients to solve and therefore more likely to be solved.3

This means reversing migraine can reverse other chronic diseases too.

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Percent stated = likelihood migraine sufferers also have this disease.4

Unlock equity, inclusion, and women’s health

85% of chronic migraine sufferers are women. Change the reality that 58% of those saw negative impacts on their careers due to migraine.5

Remove the inequity experienced because migraine prevalence is similar by race but BIPOC sufferers are up to 50% less likely to receive a migraine diagnosis even though they feel greater migraine effects.6

Unlock engagement and productivity

Reverse the concern that 78% of sufferers don’t feel it’s OK to miss work and 66% tough it out instead of going home, even though 91% say work is affected by migraine.7

Unlock employee retention

Address the impact of migraine on staying at work. It’s the #1 cause of disability in people under 50 and the average migraine sufferer is 38 years old.8

Unlock access to care and suffering in silence

With only 1 migraine expert per 20,000 sufferers, poor treatment options, and the stigma that it’s just a headache, sufferers tough it out, without taking off work or taking far fewer sick days than they need to.9

Citations and Footnotes

  1. Sheeler RD., Drielick M., D’Adamo, CR. (2021). Personalized Root Cause Approach in Migraine Reversal: Pilot Outcomes Evaluation of The Migraine Solution. Participants no longer met the ICHD-3 migraine classification.
  2. Stewart, Walter F. PhD; Wood, G Craig MS; Razzaghi, Hanieh MPH; Reed, Michael L. PhD; Lipton, Richard B. MD Work Impact of Migraine Headaches, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: July 2008 – Volume 50 – Issue 7 – p 736-745, The Migraine Brain, Carolyn Bernstein, MD
  3. AndHealth social listening study, 2022
  4. AndHealth claims data analysis, 2022
  5. https://www.migraineagain.com/migraine-women-workplace/
  6. https://americanmigrainefoundation.org/resource-library/racial-disparities-in-migraine-care/
  7. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5991594/, https://headaches.org/2012/10/25/migraine/, https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/9638-chronic-migraine
  8. Stewart WF, Wood GC, Manack A, Varon SF, Buse DC, Lipton RB. Employment and Work Impact of Chronic Migraine and Episodic Migraine. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2010;52(1):8-14.
  9. AndHealth calculation based on Mayo Clinic and American Migraine Foundation data.