Professor Anne MacGregor

Specialist in headache and women’s health

Working with women who experience migraine to help them regain control of their lives and manage their symptoms

Let’s get you to where you need to be:

I’m a doctor and I’d like to refer a patient

To refer your patient, please email with a brief outline of the patient’s medical history (related to migraine).

I experience migraine and would like Professor MacGregor’s help

Head over to my Appointments and Fees page where I’ll walk you through the key details including how to book an appointment, any preparation you’ll need to do and pricing.

About Professor MacGregor

Want some reassurance that I’m the right person to help? Read about my 35 years of clinical experience working in headache and women’s health.

Headache Diary Template

A simple diary of your headaches can help make a diagnosis, identify triggers, and assess the effectiveness of treatments. Go to the Resources page where you’ll find downloadable and printable templates.

Professor Anne MacGregor

About Anne

I have over 35 years clinical experience across headache and women’s health, which means I am well equipped to help women who experience migraine and suspect hormones are playing a part in that.

Following house jobs, I had what was meant to be a short ‘break’ in my training, taking up a research post at the City of London Migraine Clinic in central London. Like most healthcare professionals, I’d had very little training in headache as a medical student, and until I started working at the clinic I didn’t even know that the occasional headaches I experienced were in fact migraine.

I realised that this was an area of medicine that had a huge impact on people’s lives but was rarely taken seriously and very under researched.

Six months turned into a year and soon plans of following a standard training pathway disappeared. I became particularly interested in how women’s hormones affected headaches and took up additional posts in menopause and contraception to complement my work in headache.

Find out more about Anne.