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Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Chronic pain is an issue that affects millions of people every day and hurts their quality of life. Fortunately, there are many different treatments available to help manage and reduce chronic pain. One such treatment is peripheral nerve stimulation or PNS. This type of therapy helps to control the level of pain patients feel by stimulating the peripheral nerves in their bodies. Let’s take a closer look at this innovative pain management technique and how it can help improve your life.


How PNS Works

Peripheral nerve stimulation works by delivering electrical pulses to the peripheral nerves in the body. These electrical pulses help to block out painful signals sent from those nerves before they reach the brain. This means that even though the underlying cause of a patient’s chronic pain remains, they experience less overall discomfort while undergoing PNS therapy.

The procedure itself is relatively simple and involves implanting a small device into the skin near where the peripheral nerves are located. The device then sends electrical impulses to those nerves which help to block out any pain signals they may be sending. The process is minimally invasive and does not require any major surgery or recovery time for most patients.


Benefits of PNS Therapy

PNS therapy can be used to help manage a wide variety of chronic conditions, from arthritis and fibromyalgia to lower back pain and more. It is particularly effective for conditions that involve neuropathic (nerve) pain, as well as musculoskeletal (muscle) pain due to its ability to target both types of discomfort simultaneously. Additionally, PNS is non-invasive, meaning that it does not require any major surgeries or lengthy recovery times like some other treatments do. Many patients find relief within just a few days after beginning treatment with PNS!



PNS therapy offers an effective way for patients suffering from chronic pain conditions to manage their symptoms without having to undergo major surgeries or long recovery periods common with other treatment options. If you suffer from any kind of chronic pain condition and have been unable to find relief through traditional methods, consider speaking with your doctor about trying peripheral nerve stimulation as part of your treatment plan today! With its non-invasive nature and fast-acting results, it just might be the perfect solution for helping you gain control over your chronic pain once again!

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