Spinal Cord Stimulators for Neuropathy and Leg Pain

Implanted into the back of the vertebral column, this tiny pulse generating device sends electrical impulses to the nerves in the spinal cord, blocking the conduction of pain.  

Performed under local anesthesia with mild IV sedation. This two-step process begins with the placement of a temporary stimulator to gauge how well a patient responds to the treatment; a positive and appropriate response to the temporary stimulator will result in the placement of a more permanent stimulator.  Our team at Restorative Pain Management will be with you each step of the way, from the initial placement of your temporary stimulator to teaching you appropriate care and monitoring of your permanent stimulator.