Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
Percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation procedures work by targeting the few select nerves that connect your brain to the region of your body affected by pain. Using pulsed radio waves, it modulates the nerves’ function to prevent pain signals being transmitted to your brain.
Neuromodulation Stimulator Implant
Neuromodulation or ‘stimulator’ implants have been used for a very long time to treat complex, treatment-resistant pain. They work by delivering high-frequency electrical pulses to the spinal cord or peripheral nerves. This modulates the transmission of pain signals to the brain, thereby reducing pain.