Welcome to the Association of Migraine Disorders

Our organization was founded by otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat doctors) who recognize that people with traditional migraine headaches have many other neurological symptoms that do not include a headache. By cooperating and consulting with experts from other fields of medicine, we  intend to unify these related conditions into  one broad, single diagnosis of a migraine disorder and to stimulate more research into  this condition.  Often unrecognized or misdiagnosed migraine disorders negatively  affect the quality of life for millions of men and women, both young and old.

The mission of the Association of Migraine Disorders is to raise the medical and general public’s awareness of this condition and to stimulate increased research in this area of neuroscience.

Listen to Dr. Godley’s Radio Interview about Migraine Disorders

frederick-godleyListen to Dr. Rick Godley on Patricia Raskin Positive Living on Saturday April 18th 5:30-6:00PM ET on 630WPRO AM & 99.7 FM. Listeners can call in to the show at (401) 438-W-P-R-O (401-438-9776) or toll free at 1 (800) 321-W-P-R-O (1-800-321-9776) and listen live on www.630wpro.com.

Tune in as Patricia interviews Dr. Rick Godley, MD, general otolaryngologist in private practice and President of The Association of Migraine Disorders, a 501(c)(3) organization, founded by physicians and based in Rhode Island and collaborating with the Brown Institute for Brain Science to continue research. Dr. Godley will discuss the mission of The Association of Migraine Disorders and how you can “Team Up Against Migraine” by helping create more buzz about migraine disorders and the need for increased research to end the misery of migraine. You will also learn about upcoming events that include a Mother’s Day 10M/5K Road Race on May 10, 2015, at the North Kingstown Golf Club (Quonset Business Park) in North Kingstown, RI and THE MAD HATTER fundraiser PARTY and Alice in Wonderland Croquet Tournament on Sunday, JUNE 7, 2015, 3 p.m. – 7 P.M., Aldrich Mansion, Warwick, RI.





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Please consider a donation to support research into the cause and treatment of migraine disorders.