Anterior tension type headache
What is it?
Tight or pressure-type pain, often described like a bar located on the left and right of the anterior part of the skull. Anterior tension type headaches do not get worse with physical activity, nor are they accompanied by vomiting or visual disturbances.
The key indication for Cefaly is migraine, however data indicates that it can be extremely useful for some patients who have frontal tension headaches.
Significant improvement for more than 50% of all cases.