Spinal cord stimulator

What is Spinal cord stimulator?

A spinal cord stimulator is a device used to exert pulsed electrical signals to the spinal cord to control chronic pain. Further applications are in motor disorders. The lumbar spinal cord is a preferred target for the control of spinal spasticity or augmentation of standing and stepping capabilities.

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Yes, please. I am a victim of failed back surgery. I had the first in November 2010 and six weeks later another in December 2010. I had a metal put...

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Spinal cord stimulator is a good option.

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Hi, I had spinal cord stimulator installed 3 weeks ago at t7-8 reason I didn't bounce out of me an ascetic and had bad central neuropathic pain...

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I read your question carefully and I am sorry about the pain you are in.

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Sr ihave MS and i have recently recovered from an
attack i m on pregabalin300 mg tegral nitrazapam,dulan30 mg.i have severe pain in my back...

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Other options are available.

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