If you’re here, we’re guessing you’ve heard a little bit about us—maybe you know that we offer more than 20 migraine treatments, or that our licensed doctors give personalized treatment recommendations, or that we deliver medication directly to your door.
Maybe you’ve been considering starting your consultation but are a little nervous to take the plunge. We get it! This is your healthcare we’re talking about, after all.
So we understand why you’d want to see some evidence that we really can help you find the relief you deserve. That’s why we reached out to thousands of Cove customers to find out how our migraine treatment has been working for them.
Back in June 2020, we conducted a survey of more than 400 Cove customers who’d been with us for at least six months, asking a series of questions about their migraine care and medical history. In September 2020, we ramped up our outreach and heard from over 2,000 Cove customers.
Here’s what we learned.
Cove helps make migraine attacks less severe.
- In June, 70% of survey respondents said their migraine severity had reduced since they started a Cove treatment plan.
- On average, their attacks were 19% less severe.
- In September, 77% of the larger pool of customers reported an improvement in migraine severity.
- According to the survey, their attacks were 24% less debilitating.
Using Cove can help reduce migraine frequency too.
- 46% of customers who get at least nine attacks per month—and are prescribed a preventive treatment through Cove—who responded to our June survey said their attacks were significantly less frequent.
- In September, 67% of respondents said their migraine frequency had gone down since starting their Cove treatment plan.
Only customers taking a preventive treatment through Cove were asked about their migraine frequency. Our preventives include anti-CGRPs, anticonvulsants, antidepressants, beta blockers, and supplements.
Cove customers are less likely to need emergency treatment for their migraine.
- In June, we asked customers if they’d used any emergency services for migraine treatment in their first six months with Cove. Then we asked the same question about the prior six months.
- Using a Cove recommended treatment plan reduced migraine-related emergency room visits by 79%.
- Urgent care visits declined by 81% and brain imaging scans by 73%.
Well, there you have it: Using Cove can help make migraine attacks less severe and frequent, while saving you money on expensive in-person treatment. If you’re ready to get your own personalized migraine treatment plan, you can get started here.
The information provided in this article is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should not rely upon the content provided in this article for specific medical advice. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to your doctor.