Cefaly for migraine headache symptoms

Cefaly is an electronic device that attaches an electrode to the forehead which sends out pulses to the upper branch of the trigeminal nerve.  It is an External Trigeminal Nerve Stimulator.  The device came out in 2008 and has been reviewed favorably for effectiveness and safety by multiple medical journals. 

It is approved by the FDA for use under prescription for patients having frequent migraine attacks.  Cefaly advertising states the device can significantly reduce medication and improve the quality of life for migraine patients. 

Cefaly costs $349 plus replaceable stick on electrodes.

Clinical studies are on their website at: www.cefaly.us/‎