Nerve stimulation reduces migraines

02/13/2013 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Migraine patients had fewer headaches after a noninvasive procedure that electrically stimulated their trigeminal nerve, according to research from Liège University in Belgium. The study in Neurology found the treatment led to 19% fewer migraine attacks per month among patients who did not respond well to drugs.

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