Efficacy of various exercise interventions for migraine treatment: A systematic review and network meta-analysis

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To compare various exercise modalities’ efficacy on migraine frequency, intensity, duration, and disability.

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Álvaro Reina-Varona, Beatriz Madroñero-Miguel, José Fierro-Marrero, Alba Paris-Alemany, and Roy La Touche declare that there is no conflict of interest. This activity underwent peer review in line with standards of editorial integrity and publication ethics. Conflicts of interest have been identified and resolved in accordance with John Wiley and Sons, Inc.’s Policy on Activity Disclosure and Conflict of Interest.

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