Physical and occupational therapy provides benefits for neuropathic pain by improving physical function and quality of life.
Rechargeable spinal cord stimulators provide sustained relief for chronic pain, offering a convenient and effective solution.
Rechargeable SCS lasts longer but requires regular recharging, a process dependent on the device and individual preferences.
After the spinal cord stimulation trial, follow recovery guidelines for healing and assess pain relief with your healthcare provider.
Post spinal cord stimulator implant, follow care guidelines for optimal recovery and pain management.
Rechargeable SCS risks include infection, device malfunction, and pain at the implant site.
Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) eases pain by electrically stimulating spinal nerves, altering or blocking pain signals to the brain.
Learn how a spinal cord stimulator implant uses electric pulses to help block pain signals to the brain.
This video details the process of spinal cord stimulation and demonstrates how electrical current is used to relieve chronic neck pain.
Spinal cord stimulation is a surgical technique to implant a device for chronic back and neck pain relief.