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Interventional pain specialists offer an overview of spinal cord stimulation (dorsal column neuromodulation) fundamentals that referring physicians can use in clinical practice.
Candidates for spinal cord stimulator implantation are typically referred for psychological assessment as part of the screening process to evaluate the likelihood of successful outcomes. The authors review the various assessment tools and discuss which may be most beneficial for chronic pain patients.
For more than 40 years, clinicians have been using and developing implantable technologies for the control of severe pain. Article reviews 3 types of implantable technology.
Article provides an overview and case study of spinal cord (dorsal column) stimulation in a spine-centered/orthopaedic clinical practice setting.
As a cost-effective intervention, neurostimulation can play an important role in chronic pain patients who don't respond well to more conservative treatment approaches.
Implantable devices in the epidural space provides selected patients with control in managing a wide variety of painful disorders.
Article on using cranial electrotherapy stimulation to treat chronic pain patients: should you be using it in your practice?
Spinal cord stimulation has been one of the major advances in the efficacious and cost-effective treatment of chronic pain patients with multiple different pain processes—particularly of cervical and lumbar spinal origin.
Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) can be used to treat chronic pain patients. Author presents experience with 5 patients who had CES.
Cranial electrotherapy stimulation studies demonstrate that this modality is effective, safe, and easy to use as a stand-alone or complementary, cost effective, non-medication treatment for the management of pain.
This article explains cranial electrotherapy stimulation in the treatment of mild traumatic brain injury. Article also includes case summary discussions.
The high efficacy of cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) and lack of side effects make this an excellent option for the treatment of depression, alone or in combination with antidepressants.
Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) is an effective, established treatment for insomnia that avoids polypharmacy interactions for pain patients taking medications while simultaneously reducing anxiety, depression, and pain.
Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) is a safe, efficacious, cost-effective intervention for addictions. As such, CES should be added to all addiction treatment programs.
Minimally-invasive electrical nerve stimulation of the greater and/or lesser occipital nerves may be extremely effective in treating refractory migraine.