Factors that affect the recovery after a permanent spinal cord stimulator implant are the patient's general health and how closely the care instructions are followed.
Psychological treatments, acupuncture, and antibody treatments are a few additional options individuals can explore to treat neuropathic pain.
One advantage of spinal cord stimulation is that the procedure is reversible. A person can decide to discontinue the therapy at any time.
Spinal cord stimulation is considered a generally safe procedure; however, there are potential risks associated with the surgical process, long-term therapy, and device-related issues.
Invasive pain management techniques, such as injections or placement of devices into the body, may be part of a comprehensive pain management program.