New neurostimulation therapy for management of refractory Chronic Migraine

Do you experience disabling Migraine that has not responded to several treatments?

 


Migraine Action call for volunteers in a new study in London The Headache Service at Guy's and St. Thomas' Pain Management & Neuromodulation Centre in London is looking for patients to enrol into a clinical trial (approved by the Regulatory Authority and Ethics Committee) to test the effectiveness of a new implantable device for the management of migraine.

We are looking for individuals who suffer with Chronic Migraines (at least 15 headache days per month, with at least 8 of those being migraine days) and have failed to respond to conventional drug treatments (including 2 trials of Botulinum toxin type A). The trial will involve the implantation of a spinal cord stimulator. To learn more, please read this Patient Information Sheet and then register your interest by clicking here > 

 

For further information contact: Senior Research Nurse: Roy.Carganillo@gstt.nhs.uk or call Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London on 0207 188 3237


The clinical trial is funded by Nevro Corp.

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