Living with lupus can come with a variety of symptoms, and sometimes that includes experiencing migraine attacks. In fact, migraine-like headaches occur in about 20 percent of people with lupus.
“Often, people wonder what they did to cause their migraine attack. Stop the guilt! It’s not your fault that you’re having a migraine attack. It’s a genetic, neurologic disease.”
Dr. Amaal Starling shared this important insight during MyMigraineTeam’s live Q&A on June 22, 2021, when members of the migraine community had a chance to learn more about managing and treating migraine attacks.
Check out a few more key insights that Dr. Starling discussed during the live Q&A:
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Dr. Amaal Starling is a migraine specialist who serves as associate professor of neurology at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. She studies primary and secondary headache disorders, including migraine and post-traumatic headaches. This includes understanding underlying pathophysiology, establishing clinical phenotypes, and exploring novel therapeutics for headache disorders.
Dr. Starling has a special interest in exploring non-drug options for the treatment of migraine, including neuromodulation devices such as single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Mary Ray, co-founder and COO of MyHealthTeam, has a deep understanding of consumer behavior and social networking, which has made the company’s mobile and web apps a daily habit for millions facing a chronic health condition. Her innovative vision for digital health solutions has transformed the way people connect with others who share their diagnosis, facilitating unfiltered conversation and accelerating access to trusted information. Recognized for building scalable platforms that drive consumer engagement, Mary was honored as a DTC Innovator and a PM360 ELITE in 2019. She has contributed to Forbes and been quoted in industry publications at the intersection of health and technology. She has spoken at conferences including the DTC Forum on Social Media and Technology, Health Datapalooza, and Digital Pharma. Mary is an advocate for women in technology and has served as a SXSW mentor and a speaker at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She is a graduate of the College of William & Mary School of Business and George Mason University.
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