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Nevada Pain Care Treatments


Neuromodulation is a highly effective pain treatment that involves the use of electrical impulses to modify or regulate nerve activity, providing relief for chronic pain conditions.

Treatment Quick Facts

What is this treatment for?

Neuromodulation is typically used for chronic pain conditions such as neuropathic pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), and failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS).

How is this treatment administered?

Neuromodulation involves the implantation of a small device, similar to a pacemaker, under the skin. This device delivers electrical impulses directly to the spinal cord or peripheral nerves, disrupting pain signals and providing relief.

About Neuromodulation

What is the procedure like?

Local anesthesia will be administered to numb the area where the device will be implanted. The neuromodulation device is then surgically implanted under the skin, typically in the lower back or buttock area. Once implanted, the device is programmed to deliver electrical impulses at specific frequencies to target the areas of pain.

What happens after the procedure?

After the procedure, you will be monitored for a short period to ensure there are no immediate complications. You may experience some discomfort or soreness at the implantation site, which can typically be managed with over-the-counter pain medication. It's essential to follow post-procedure care instructions provided by your healthcare provider. If you experience any unusual symptoms or have concerns after the procedure, please contact Nevada Pain Care for guidance and support.

Is this treatment right for you?

Schedule an appointment to discuss this treatment with your provider.

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