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Spinal Cord Stimulator Implants

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How Does a Spinal Cord Stimulator Implant Work?

Spinal Cord Stimulator Implants, referred to as a Spinal Cord Stimulator or Neurostimulation, works by intercepting pain signals before they reach the brain.

 

To do this, a small system is implanted within the body by our trained physicians and monitored for optimal results and relief.

 

This system, similar to a cardiac pacemaker, is used to replace pain with a different feeling which creates a new method for treating pain.


Some people describe this feeling as a gentle massaging sensation or, in some cases, simply the absence of pain.

  • Pain signals travel up the spinal cord to the brain.

  • A generator sends pulses to a lead (a thin wire).

  • The lead delivers these pulses to nerves along the spinal cord.

  • The pulses block the pain signals before they reach the brain.

  • The painful feeling is replaced with a more pleasant sensation.

You may be a candidate if you have:

  • Chronic pain in the back, neck, arms, or legs that has lasted at least six months.

  • Neuropathic pain (pain marked by burning, tingling, or numbness).

  • Little or no relief from surgery or other treatment options, such as pain medications, nerve blocks, or physical therapy.

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Arizona Pain Treatment Centers has been serving the greater Phoenix area since 1997. We have patients under our care that live in Phoenix, North Phoenix, Scottsdale, Peoria, Glendale, Maryvale, Tolleson, South Phoenix, Mesa, East Mesa Tempe, Chandler, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Apache Junction, Tucson, and even Globe. We understand that pain holds patients back in their lives and it is discouraging to watch people suffer. We know we can help.

 

Our treatments of injection medicine therapy (epidural steroid injectionsnon-steroidal injectionstrigger point injections), therapeutic injections, nerve blocks and nerve ablations, joint injections and many other procedures, give life back to our community every day. We specialize in most types of pain, including neck and back pain, arm and shoulder pain, leg and knee pain, as well as headaches and migraines.

Most common causes of pain: Car Accidents and Traffic AccidentsSport InjuriesOn the Job InjuriesSlip and Falls,  Every Day Wear and Tear, ArthritisDegenerationMuscle Imbalance and Sprains.