Spinal Cord Stimulation
Spinal Cord Stimulation Specialist
Chronic back and leg pain don’t always respond to traditional approaches like medication therapy because pills just temporarily mask the issue by upsetting nerve and brain chemistry rather than dealing with the aﬀected nerves head-on. That’s why Precision Pain Management, LLC, oﬀers innovative spinal cord stimulation systems which interrupts pain signals to ease your pain.Pain reduction of greater than 80% is possible NOW!Call the oﬃce or book your appointment online today.
Spinal Cord Stimulation Q & A
What is Spinal Cord Stimulation?
In spinal cord stimulation, an implanted small device called a spinal cord stimulator interrupts pain signals in your spine and legs. At Precision Pain Management, LLC, Dr. Coccaro uses the latest state-of-the-art spinal cord stimulators, including the Boston Scientiﬁc and other extremely successful systems.
Spinal cord stimulation gives you excellent pain relief without any dangerous medication or debilitating surgeries.
How does Spinal Cord Stimulation Work?
The tiny spinal cord stimulation device delivers mild electrical impulses to your spinal cord. These impulses interrupt the nerve pain signals, calming the nerves, and preventing pain.
Spinal cord stimulation replaces pain signals with other sensations…sensations you cannot feel. The spinal cord stimulator can work around the clock to stop the pain signals and help you live a more full and active life.
How do I Get a Spinal Cord Stimulator?
After determining that a spinal cord stimulator is a good option for pain control in your situation, Dr. Coccaro ﬁrst schedules a trial run with the device.
Spinal Cord Stimulator Trial
In the trial run, Dr. Coccaro implants tiny ﬂexible wires called leads and implanted into the epidural space in the same way an epidural injection is performed. These leads connect to the portable neurostimulator device and programmed to remove the pain from its source or pain generator
The system remains on continuously even when you sleep, for the duration of the trial period. When the trial period is over you and Dr. Coccaro can discuss moving forward with a full-time implant. Usually, at least a 50% reduction of pain during the trial period means that this is a good treatment option for you. In patients who tried a spinal cord stimulator trial, greater than nine out of 10 chose to move forward with the full-time implant.Most patients will continue to experience pain control even after removal of the trial leads proof of the profound nature of SCS!
Permanent Spinal Cord Stimulator Implantation
An outpatient procedure. a “permanent” stimulator implant can last greater than 10 years.
Learn more about spinal cord stimulation by calling Precision Pain Management, LLC, or clicking on the booking tool now.
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