July 24, 2015

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Could These Devices Someday Replace Drugs? Cephaly

Cefaly, made by Cefaly Technology, uses low-frequency neurostimulation targeted at the trigeminal nerve to treat and prevent migraine headaches. Available via prescription, the device can provide an alternative to medication for some patients. Cephaly was cleared through FDA’s de novo pathway in March 2014.

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[video courtesy of CEFALY TECHNOLOGY]  

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