News Roundup: Migraine Treatments

July 7, 2015
Leah Lawrence

Explore recent migraine treatment research on the following slides.

Scientists are actively exploring novel treatment modalities to help relieve the pain of chronic migraines. Three recent advances approach migraine treatment in three unique ways. First, the FDA has approved the use of a nasal treatment for migraines in a pediatric patient population. Second, patients with migraines may be able to use a non-invasive electrostimulation device to reduce muscle contraction and prevent migraines. Finally, surgeons are able to use Doppler to identify the precise area of most intense pain in patients with migraines and successfully remove the artery associated with the migraine. 

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