Remote Electrical Neuromodulation Linked to Reduced Migraine Days – MedScape

Read article - Stewart J. Tepper, a professor of neurology, is featured in an article about his co-authored research into the use of a remote electrical neuromodulation device to reduce migraines. “The statistically significant results were maintained in separate subanalyses of the chronic and episodic subsamples, as well as in the separate subanalyses of participants who used and did not use migraine prophylaxis,” Tepper said.