About Migraine

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Migraine is a chronic and often debilitating neurological disease.

Much more than a bad headache, migraine is a serious disease with significant impact on individuals and on society as a whole. It affects more than 10% of the population worldwide.2

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Important studies

  • Single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation for acute treatment of migraine with aura: a randomised, double-blind, parallel-group, sham-controlled trial.

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  • Use of single pulse TMS (sTMS) to treat migraine with medication overuse.

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Insight, understanding, and empathy

Support and information for people who suffer from migraine is available from healthcare professionals, from scientific researchers, and from patient organizations and advocacy groups.

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About 70% of migraine patients are not satisfied with or cannot tolerate the side effects associated with medications.3

Now, the sTMS mini by eNeura is here: a clinically proven, non-drug option for migraine relief.

Customer Care

eNeura Customer Care is available to help you with answers to any questions about delivery of the sTMS mini, prescription renewal, traveling with your device, and other practical issues. They are also your first point of contact to reach eNeura Access Consultants and Clinical Education Specialists.

To get the support you need, call:

833-499-9300, option 1
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Pacific Time), Monday ‒ Friday

Or email customercare@eneura.com

Information provided by the eNeura Migraine Care Team is not a substitute for your doctor’s instructions. In case of immediate or urgent medical concerns, always contact your doctor or Emergency Services.

My gain

I am able to ride my bike regularly.
— 69-year-old female
Indication: The sTMS mini™ by eNeura is indicated for the acute and prophylactic treatment of migraine headache in adolescents (age 12 and older) and adults.

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  3. Lipton RB, Stewart WF. Acute migraine therapy: do doctors understand what patients with migraine want from therapy? Headache. 1999;39(suppl 2):S20-S26.
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