Migraine Device ‘Cephaly’ Uses TENS to Reduce the Incidence of Migraine Headaches

Study Link: http://goo.gl/Gvb4eD

It looks like something designed for Star Wars, a sleek forehead tiara with a jewel mounting in the middle. Actually, it’s meant to get rid of migraine headaches. The Cephaly, produced by Roxon (St. Leonard, Quebec Canada) uses an approach with a long name, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, shortened to TENS, which has a decade or two of history but at least up to now, limited success...

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