New Headband device approved by FDA to assist in migraine management

According to an article posted on MedPage Today by John Gever, this is a brand new FDA approved preventative treatment, using TENS technology:

“A headband delivering electrical nerve stimulation can prevent onset of migraine headaches and can be marketed for that purpose in the U.S., the FDA said Tuesday.

Called Cefaly, the Belgian-made device is the first to win FDA approval for migraine prevention and is also the first transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) system OK’d for any type of pain prevention, as opposed to acute treatment, the agency said.”

Read the full article here: FDA Approves Headband Device for Migraine

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