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Spinal Cord Stimulator: Let’s Talk Details

Spinal Cord Stimulator: Let’s Talk Details

Back pain is one of the most common forms of chronic pain in the country. And, when it comes to the root cause of this condition, there can be a wide range of reasons.

Back pain that doesn’t go away on its own may be attributed to several factors. Common culprits include:

But the good news is, regardless of the root cause, solutions go miles beyond pain relievers and invasive operations.

And one of the many tools that ACELLerated Interventional Orthopedics relies on for addressing back pain is Spinal Cord Stimulation.

In this blog post, we will discuss the Spinal Cord Stimulator for:

Here’s How Spinal Cord Stimulation Works…

The way the Spinal Cord Stimulation works is relatively simple. It’s generally an outpatient treatment that is minimally invasive but can provide a world of relief.

Essentially, with Spinal Cord Stimulation, a small device is implanted just under the skin in a targeted area.

So, this implant delivers slight and virtually unnoticeable electrical impulses that hide or alter pain signals before they reach the brain.

Modern technology has led to incredible advancements in these devices, such as the Stimwave Wireless Stimulator System, which is effortlessly controlled through a Wearable Antenna Assembly that subtly and easily clips onto your clothing.

After you undergo a Spinal Cord Stimulation treatment, the results are far-reaching, and wonderfully noticeable soon after the procedure.

Also, the majority of patients who have Spinal Cord Stimulation report having increased mobility and improved function, drastically less pain, more activity, and a better quality of life.

Best of all, with Spinal Cord Stimulation, patients:

Is the Spinal Cord Stimulation Right for You?

Patients who have had a failed back surgery or who are suffering from peripheral neuropathy may be excellent candidates for Spinal Cord Stimulation. However, determining if this is the right treatment for you begins with your consultation with Dr. Rich.

We’ll work together to dig deep into your:

And, we’ll come up with a specific and individualized plan that will optimally address your pain, and (finally) provide some relief for the long haul.

Remember no matter how long you have been struggling with back pain, some options don’t just rely on medications for the symptoms or major surgeries with long recovery times.

Reach out to ACELLerated Interventional Orthopedics today! Let’s see if the Spinal Cord Stimulator is right for you! We will work together to find the best options for long-term and streamlined pain relief.

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Are you a good candidate for Spinal Cord Stimulation? Take a closer look at how this modern and noninvasive treatment works.

 

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