Our goal is to help those living with chronic migraine find relief.

We’re developing a system designed specifically to target migraine signals within the head and exploring how this may benefit chronic migraine.

Migraine is not just a headache.
It’s a neurological disorder.

Migraine is a recurrent, disabling neurological disorder with debilitating symptoms.

Symptoms include:

  • Incapacitating head pain, worsened by physical activity/movement
  • Pain on one or both sides of the head
  • Throbbing pain or pressure-like pain
  • Visual disturbances
  • Sensitivity to light, sound, smells
  • Nausea, dizziness

Episodic Migraine:

  • 2nd leading cause of disability globally
  • Affects 40 million people in the U.S., mostly women

Migraine is a progressive disorder. The frequency of migraine attacks can increase, leading to a chronic condition.

Living with chronic migraine is about more than enduring the symptoms. Chronic migraine makes engaging in daily activities challenging. It can impact employment, income, relationships, and mental health.

Chronic Migraine:

  • 15+ headache days per month for more than 3 months
  • 8 headache days have migraine features
  • Episodes can last more than 24 hours
  • Affects 3-5% of U.S. population
  • 63% are unable to maintain employment

Andreou, A.P., Edvinsson, L. Mechanisms of migraine as a chronic evolutive condition.
J Headache Pain 20, 117 (2019).

Steiner, T.J., Stovner, L.J., Jensen, R. et al. Migraine remains second among the world’s causes of disability, and first among young women: findings from GBD2019.
J Headache Pain 21, 137 (2020).


Neuromodulation therapy for chronic migraine.

When medications don’t reduce the frequency and/or severity of chronic migraine attacks, neuromodulation may be an effective solution. Our migraine-specific device is placed beneath the skin and is designed to provide stimulation to targeted nerves in order to relieve chronic migraine symptoms.