Do you suffer from chronic pain? If so, like many others, you’re probably willing to do just about anything to get rid of this life-limiting, ever present, painful condition.
Unfortunately, many individuals who agonize over their painful maladies have been less responsive to treatment and eventually run out of choices aside from lifelong pain management using medication tainted by unacceptable side effects.
As evidence, and by now, you have likely heard about the growing opioid epidemic in the United States stemming from prescription painkillers. New medical guidelines stress providing opioid prescriptions as an absolute last resort.
Good news: There may be a way for you around this pain management problem.
Are you aware of the relatively recent advancements in neuroscience? These advances have led to the development of a non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical treatment option considered safe by the FDA and shown effective for providing relief of the many unbearable types of pain… including conditions associated with central sensitization.
Central sensitization is a condition of the nervous system that is associated with the development and maintenance of chronic pain. Simply stated, central sensitization is often what makes pain chronic. The pain pathways reinforce themselves over time and the brain is trained to experience pain more easily.
Some of the more common manifestations of central sensitization include Neuropathic pain, Fibromyalgia, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS Type I), Trigeminal Neuralgia, and more. If you suffer from any of these conditions, you’ll be interested to investigate Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, also known as Neuromodulation.
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Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS)
Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (commonly known as rTMS or Neuromodulation) is a non-invasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain for the purpose of improving symptoms of depression. As scrutinizing as the FDA is on drugs and new medical equipment, this federal regulatory agency approved Neuromodulation in 2008 for the treatment of medication resistant major depressive disorder in the United States.
Better yet, over the last 10 years or so, research and clinical studies have determined Neuromodulation to be effective for the treatment of other medication resistant conditions including chronic pain. That could be good news for you.
At NonSurgical Medical Group, we perform Neuromodulation treatment for the relief of chronic pain using FDA 510K cleared equipment for this off label purpose. Our primary Neuromodulation treatment focus is to provide relief from extraordinary painful conditions such as Neuropathic pain, Fibromyalgia, CRPS Type I, and Trigeminal Neuralgia.
To be clear:
- Not everybody who suffers horribly from chronic pain is a good candidate for the Neuromodulation procedure.
- Not everyone who is accepted for the procedure will respond to the treatment.
- The Neuromodulation procedure is not presently covered by insurance for the treatment of your chronic pain.
This is why we only consider Neuromodulation treatment for patients who have been diagnosed with specific chronic pain conditions and unsuccessfully treated using accepted clinical guidelines. Of those patients we only accept those we honestly believe can be treated safely and successfully using the Neuromodulation procedure.
More good news: At NonSurgical Medical Group, we provide this advanced treatment technology at 25% below the current industry average fee. In addition, we have interest free payment options available for your convenience.
If you have been diagnosed with Neuropathic pain, Fibromyalgia, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS Type I), Trigeminal Neuralgia, or other central sensitization chronic pain conditions and continue to suffer chronic pain after treatment, you may qualify for our non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical Neuromodulation procedure.