Cefaly Dual is now available in the U.S. without a prescription. Here are suggestions for trying it safely.
“Can I use a regular TENS unit instead of Cefaly?” I’ve been asked this questions so many times that I know others are curious and haven’t asked. I can’t give you a direct yes or no, but here’s what I’ve seen headache specialists say about it. Writing for the American Headache Society, headache specialist Brian Plato, D.O,… Continue reading Regular TENS Unit Instead of Cefaly?
“Is Cefaly covered by insurance?” is the question I’ve been asked most since the device was approved. The answer is probably not, but your insurance company may cover it as they would any TENS unit. Cefaly does not currently have a procedure code (also called a CPT code), which is required for an insurance company… Continue reading Cefaly Insurance Coverage Update
If you’re in the US, you can now order a Cefaly from Cefaly.us. The device itself is $295 (plus $29 for shipping) and a three-pack of electrodes is $25. You must send a copy of your prescription before they will send your order. Devices will be delivered beginning the first week of April. Here’s what… Continue reading Cefaly Availble in the US, Insurance Coverage
The FDA has approved the Cefaly for migraine prevention in the U.S., according to an announcement from the agency yesterday. Purchasing details aren’t available yet, but it shouldn’t be too long since it is already being manufactured for other countries. It will be available by prescription, which I expect means it will also be covered… Continue reading FDA Approves Cefaly for Migraine Prevention