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Table 3 Association of primary outcome of MTP and headache diagnosis, headache days before training and implementation of lifestyle recommendations

From: Clinical outcome of a headache-specific multidisciplinary treatment program and adherence to treatment recommendations in a tertiary headache center: an observational study

Covariates Unadjusted OR (95% CI) p value Adjusted OR (95% CI) p value
Primary headache diagnosis
 Migraine 2.867 (1.437–5.719) 0.003 3.136 (1.517–6.483) 0.002
 TTH 1.303 (0.404–4.206) 0.658 1.029 (0.275–3.849) 0.966
 Both 1.00 (reference)   1.00 (reference)  
Headache days per month before MTP 1.076 (1.039–1.114) <0.0001 1.092 (1.043–1.144) <0.0001
Number of implemented lifestyle recommendations 1.272 (1.087–1.488) 0.003 1.269 (1.079–1.492) 0.004
  1. Odds ratios (95% CI) of primary outcome (≥50% reduction in headache frequency) were computed using logistic regressions adjusted for age, gender, years of suffering from headache, adherence to pharmacological prophylaxis, adherence to PMR, adherence to aerobic endurance sports, and intake days of acute medication. Significant p values are presented in bold. p value was <0.0001 for both models