Listen as Dr. Larry Newman, Vice Chair of the American Migraine Foundation speaks with experts in migraine, covering topics from starting your migraine journey to working with a headache specialist, and more.
S2: What Are My Insurance Options with Migraine?
We saw countless questions about health insurance in our Move Against Migraine support group so we collaborated with AMF Partner, Patient Advocate Foundation, to get some answers. In this episode, AMF’s Dr. Larry Newman and Nim Lalvani sit down with Erin Bradshaw to discuss factors that patients should consider when weighing their insurance options and tips for different insurance situations.
Our podcast host Dr. Larry Newman is Vice Chair of the American Migraine Foundation and a neurologist at NYU Langone. Nim Lalvani is Executive Director of the American Migraine Foundation and Erin Bradshaw is the Chief of Mission Delivery at the Patient Advocate Foundation. AMF is proud to partner with the Patient Advocate Foundation.
Health Insurance Denials and Appeals Facebook Live
Navigating the Cost of Care Facebook Live
Disability Basics Facebook Live
S2: Migraine in Children and Teens
Migraine doesn’t just impact adults–in fact, one in 11 children live with migraine. Podcast host Dr. Larry Newman and Dr. Amy Gelfand discuss how this debilitating disease affects children and teenagers, and what parents can do to help them manage their migraine symptoms. Tune in to learn more about pediatric migraine and how the whole family can work together to support their loved one.
Our podcast host Dr. Larry Newman is Vice Chair of the American Migraine Foundation and a neurologist at NYU Langone. Dr. Amy Gelfand is director of the Child and Adolescent Headache Program at the University of California San Francisco.
Caring for a Child with Migraine
Understanding Pediatric Migraine
Tackling Pediatric Migraine Head-On: Lexi and Keith DiMarino
Pediatric Migraine Content Hub
S2: Migraine in School: How to Help Students
On this episode, Dr. Jessica Gautreaux joins Dr. Larry Newman to discuss the impact of migraine on school-age children and how to set them up for success. Join us to learn more about how parents can work with teachers and healthcare providers to advocate for their children and make school a more migraine-friendly place.
Our podcast host Dr. Larry Newman is Vice Chair of the American Migraine Foundation and a neurologist at NYU Langone. Dr. Jessica Gautreaux is a pediatric headache specialist at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center of New Orleans and Children’s Hospital New Orleans.
Accommodations for Children with Migraine
Migraine in Schoolchildren: A Parent’s Guide
Pediatric Migraine Content Hub
S2: Migraine in the Workplace
Many people living with migraine feel the need to hide it while at work because they fear stigma or, worse, think they may lose their job if their employer knew. Dr. Larry Newman and Dr. Robert Shapiro discuss how those with migraine can advocate for workplace accommodations and why it could actually benefit employers to address migraine head-on. Listen to learn more about your options at work.
Our podcast host Dr. Larry Newman is Vice Chair of the American Migraine Foundation and a neurologist at NYU Langone. Dr. Robert Shapiro is the founding president of the Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy and professor of Neurological Science at the University of Vermont. The American Migraine Foundation is proud to partner with AHDA and to support their yearly advocacy event, Headache on the Hill.
Migraine at Work Guide
Navigating Life with Migraine in the Workplace
Workplace Accommodations for Migraine
S2: Cluster Headache: Perspectives from a Doctor and a Patient
Sharp. Stabbing. Throbbing. That’s how people with cluster headache describe their pain. Like migraine, cluster headache is a disabling disease, but there are options and reasons for hope on the horizon. In this episode, Dr. Larry Newman sits down with a patient and doctor to discuss what cluster headache is, how it differs from migraine and what treatments are available.
Our podcast host Dr. Larry Newman is Vice Chair of the American Migraine Foundation and a neurologist at NYU Langone. Dr. Mark Burish is a neurologist, headache specialist and interventional pain specialist at Memorial Hermann Hospital. Tammy Rome is a patient advocate who lives with migraine and chronic cluster headache. She also serves as a moderator for AMF’s Move Against Migraine Facebook group and is President of the Cluster Headache Support Group.
Understanding Cluster Headache
Cluster Headache Treatment Options
S2: Migraine Advocacy for Patients and Physicians
What can patients do to advocate for themselves and the migraine community? What does advocacy look like for physicians? In this episode, Dr. Larry Newman and Dr. Starling discuss how patients can participate in self-advocacy and community advocacy as a part of their migraine journey. They also chat about physician advocacy and why it is important for patients and physicians to #MoveAgainstMigraine.
Move Against Migraine host Dr. Larry Newman is Vice Chair of the American Migraine Foundation and a neurologist at NYU Langone. Dr. Amaal Starling is a neurologist and headache specialist at the Mayo Clinic Arizona and the chair of the American Headache Society’s Advocacy Committee.
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Seeking Medical Help for Your Migraine
Talking to your Doctor about Migraine
Thank you Dr. Newman and AMF for creating this podcast. Your topics are hitting all the boxes and the length of each episode is perfect. I am a RN and migraine warrior. I have already recommended this podcast to my family to further understand what I am going through and my many colleagues that also suffer from migraines. We need more education and awareness like this. I highly recommend this podcast.
I am 12 and have been having migraines for 5 years so these podcasts definitely help :)
Wonderful. Heartwarming. Necessary.
Thank you for highlighting this misunderstood disease in such an informative way. Dr. Newman is knowledgeable, pragmatic, and deeply empathetic. He really describes what it’s like to have a migraine with perfect clarity.