Veterans with Headache Diseases
Today we honor veterans with headache diseases.
Below you will find a panel discussion on 4 key points
- Conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan are driving an increase in migraine and
- The VA system offers cutting-edge technology, but more headache specialists
- Stigma can deter veterans and active-duty service members from
- New therapies, heightened awareness, and stronger social support can help veterans face their migraine and headache disorders.
Veterans’ Access to Migraine and Headache Disorders Treatment:
A Policy Panel Discussion
Can America’s Veterans with Headache Diseases access the Treatment they need?
A 2018 Capitol Hill policy panel sponsored by The Headache and Migraine Policy Forum brought together experts from across the health care and
veterans support spectrum to consider this and related questions. The forum coincided with the 11th annual Headache on the Hill advocacy day, sponsored by the Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy.
Veterans and Migraine
Veterans with headache diseases speak about the impact it has on life
Today, on the 75th anniversary of D-Day, we share George’s story, a soldier who battled both migraine disease, and life and death circumstances while deployed in Bosnia more than 20 years ago.
The Headache and Migraine Policy Forum have also worked on the Migraine at Work campaign.
Check out how Headache on the Hill is fighting for change with Veterans with Migraine and Headache Disease