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Cefaly The First Migraine Prevention Medical Device Category: Pain Management by - March 28, 2014 | Views: 56260 | Likes: 1 | Comment: 1  

What are interesting facts about Cefaly?

  • Cefaly is the first FDA-approved device for preventing migraines.
  • It is the first transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device for preventing pain. 
  • Cefaly reduces the frequency of migraine attacks but does not prevent migraines completely.
  • Cefaly is available in the United States only by prescriptions; however, it is available in other countries without prescriptions.
  • You can order Cefaly online at www.cefaly.us. You must send a prescription before the device will be sent to you. Device delivery will start in April 2014.
  • There is a 60-day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the device.
  • The company also offers a two-year warranty from the date of purchase.

How long is each Cefaly session?

Cefaly is approved for patients 18 years of age and above. The medical device should be worn no more than 20 minutes per day.

Cefaly Instructions for Use

Cefaly works via the electrode. Clean and degrease the forehead so the electrode will stick to the skin. Cefaly is placed just above the eyes and centered on the forehead using a self-adhesive electrode. Press the button to start the session. 

Who should not use Cefaly?

  • People with implanted metallic or electronic device in the head. 
  • People suffering from the pain of unknown cause.
  • People who have a cardiac pacemaker or implanted or wearable defibrillator to avoid interference with pacing, electric shock, or death.

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