Pain management is designed to treat chronic pain and allow a person to live a full, enjoyable life. Pain management requires a person's dedication, commitment, and knowledge in order to achieve the best results. It can be a great alternative to back pain surgery. It's important to understand the differences between non-invasive non-drug pain management (e.g. exercise), pain management (e.g. pain medications and anti-depressants), and invasive pain management (e.g. injections).

Should you see a physiatrist for your back pain? How does physiatry work? Watch this video to discover how your back pain can be treated by a physiatrist.

The specifics of recharging a rechargeable spinal cord stimulator will vary based on the specific device and how the device is used. Here is a general idea of how recharging works.

The risks of rechargeable spinal cord stimulation are similar to traditional SCS and include procedure risks such as infection and cerebrospinal fluid leak.


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