HEADS Registry

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The Association of Migraine Disorders (AMD) has established the Headache, Ear, Auditory, Dizziness, Sinus (HEADS) Registry to study chronic head and neck conditions. A registry is a research tool that collects information on the health of individuals with a particular disease or medical condition over time. This information is then used to improve resources available and quality of care for patients.

 

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WHY SHOULD I PARTICIPATE?
Your participation will help find meaningful treatments and inform the future care of individuals with sinus, auditory, dizziness, or headache symptoms.
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WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Anyone living in the United States of America who experiences sinus, auditory, dizziness, or headache symptoms is eligible to participate. Enrollment is voluntary, confidential, and free of charge. You can withdraw at any time.
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IS MY INFORMATION SECURE?
Absolutely. Many security measures are in place to ensure your information is only used in ways that you have agreed to and that your identifying information can never be released without consent.
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Goal of 750 Registry Participants

"The HEADS Registry purpose is to build a foundation of knowledge that supports the research required to improve the lives of individuals living with sinus, auditory, dizziness, or headache symptoms”

Dr. Frederick Godley, MD
President and Founder, Association of Migraine Disorders

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