DIY Nerve Stimulation Device ‘Highly Effective’ for Migraine Pain – Medscape

Read article - Stewart Tepper, professor of neurology, is quoted about a noninvasive, self-administered neurostimulation device to treat migraine pain. “This multicenter, pivotal, regulatory, sham-controlled study provides evidence that self-administered, noninvasive, combined occipital and trigeminal neurostimulation is a safe and highly effective acute treatment for migraine,” said Tepper.