- Daily & Weekly newsletters
- Buy & download The Bulletin
- Comment on our articles
Migraine experts make headway
Cefaly Technology, based in Seraing near Liège, continues to make headway internationally with the spread of its technology for treating migraines.
Cefaly is used externally to stimulate the trigeminal nerve with micro-pulses, using an electrode attached to the patient’s forehead.
Repeated clinical studies have shown that the treatment prevents future migraines and helps to reduce the use of oral medication by migraine sufferers.
Cefaly Technology recently signed an agreement to supply its technology to 300 clinics specialising in neurology in South Korea.