Illustration of a female patient with migraine

In a study of outpatients presenting to the clinic with headache, up to 94% had migraine1*

Combines IHS-defined migraine (76%) and probable migraine (18%).1

When a patient presents with headache, you should:

THINK migraine

TALK migraine

TREAT migraine

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The Think Talk Treat Migraine algorithm

4 key signs and symptoms to think migraine, 1 key question to talk migraine, 1 key answer to treat migraine

IHS=International Headache Society.

References:

  1. Tepper SJ, Dahlöf C, Dowson A, et al. Prevalence and diagnosis of migraine in patients consulting their physician with a complaint of headache: data from the landmark study. Headache. 2004;44:856-864.
  2. Lipton RB, Dodick D, Sadovsky R, et al. A self-administered screener for migraine in primary care: The ID Migraine™ validation study. Neurology. 2003;61;375-382.
  3. Ailani J, Burch RC, Robbins MS; Board of Directors of the American Headache Society. The American Headache Society Consensus Statement: Update on integrating new migraine treatments into clinical practice. Headache. 2021;61(7):1021-1039. doi:10.1111/head.14153