Theranica Ltd., a prescribed digital therapeutics company developing advanced digitally connected neuromodulation devices for migraine and other pain conditions, announced it has teamed up with Point32Health, the parent organization of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan, to conduct a 12-month pilot aimed at treating the organization’s commercial members suffering from episodic and chronic migraine.
Nerivio is an FDA-cleared, prescribed, smartphone-controlled, drug-free wearable device for the treatment of episodic and chronic migraine in people aged 12 and older. Uniquely worn on the upper arm at the onset of a migraine attack, Nerivio alleviates migraine headache and associated symptoms by utilizing remote electrical neuromodulation to trigger an endogenous analgesic mechanism, known as conditioned pain modulation. The device can be utilized as a standard of care pharmacological option, as a standalone treatment or in combination with existing treatments.
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