Nerve Stimulator

Nerve stimulator devices for headache. 

Headache Australia can only bring such nerve stimulator devices to your attention. Tests so far have found such devices to be safe unless you have certain other medical conditions or implanted devices but not they are still not effective for everyone else. Please consult your doctor for advice.

 

Cefaly Australia have a new product for the treatment of migraine and headache. There is a discount if you buy from Headache Australia.  Call us on 1300 886 660 for more information or to purchase a Cefaly device, or download an order form.

 

From the Cefaly website:

‘Cefaly is a new, clinically proven treatment option that reduces frequency and intensity of migraine and headaches without the use of medication and with no side effects.

Electrotherapy has been successful in treating migraine and headaches for decades, however machines were bulky and expensive, they could only be used by a health care professional or invasive surgery was required. Cefaly’s technology has successfully found a pain free way to target and excite the trigeminal nerve (which is where migraine/headaches start) in order to increase the trigger threshold for migraine/headache. Cefaly has also helped suffers decrease their oral medications by 75%. No side effects. No Pills to take. Easy to use device.’

For more info visit cefaly.com.au or see YouTube clip of Today Tonight TV segment –  at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4knVoEtNgE

New May 2017: Watch this YouTube video on how to use Cefaly with all the key steps. – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vbJlLaDNe4&feature=youtu.be

cefaly user

Read about a patient case study using the Cefaly device. 

Watch this YouTube video about Cefaly from Today Tonight show on August 2, 2016. https://youtu.be/Qpu_wRiQn1c

Watch this video about Cefaly from Channel 7 National News on September 17, 2016: https://au.news.yahoo.com/video/watch/32649015/groundbreaking-migraine-treatment-released/#page1

 

 

MigraineGirl-webCefaly also have a Facebook page where you can read posts by people who have used this device.

facebook.com/CefalyAustralia

 

 

 

 

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Electrotherapy has been successful in treating migraine and headaches for decades, however machines were bulky and expensive, they could only be used by a health care professional or invasive surgery was required. Today, new devices provide a non medicinal alternative.