Scottsdale Pain Specialist Dr. V., Providing New Procedures For Pain Relief Of CRPS, RSD And Neuropathy Sufferers By Implanting Spinal Cord Stimulators

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Spinal cord stimulators, mechanical devices implanted into the body that help diminish the effects of chronic pain, are effectively treating patients from all walks of life thanks to the exceptional Arizona pain specialist Dr. Vengurlekar

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Dr. Vengurlekar, or just “Dr. V.” for short, is quickly gaining acclaim in the medical community because of his knowledge and skill regarding the spinal cord stimulators procedure. This brand new procedure consists of Spinal cord stimulators that are designed to eliminate chronic pain. This persisting pain is usually associated with conditions like complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), reflex sympathetic disorder (RSD), and neuropathy. There are also other conditions where a patient is still in pain due to failed spinal surgeries. These chronic spinal conditions affect over one million Americans every year, which makes this spinal cord stimulators procedure so important.

These spinal pain conditions are known to cause many kinds of persistent pain effects such as intractable headaches, chest pain and cardiac pain. These conditions aren’t effectively treated by most doctors, surgeons and even cardiologists because they lack the expertise. Scottsdale pain specialist Dr. V., thanks to the breakthrough science behind the spinal cord stimulators, is restoring patients suffering from these chronic conditions back to a normal, pain-free lifestyle.

Spinal cord stimulators, in their permanent form, are implanted underneath the skin of the patient and work by transmitting electrical signals directly into the body’s nervous system. The end of this procedure involves subcutaneous installation by a pain management doctor. Before its insertion is finalized, those qualified for spinal cord stimulators must undergo a four to five day “trial period.” During which spinal cord stimulators are turned on and calibrated to the patient’s body, but not installed beneath the skin. This trial period makes sure that the spinal cord stimulators are working effectively and are properly suited to negate the persisting pain in the patient. After the trial period has elapsed, the procedure to implant the device beneath the skin is carried out by Dr. V. himself. Though the spinal cord stimulators are considered a permanent solution, the devices themselves can be discontinued at any time and the implants easily turned off and removed.

Outside his exceptional aptitude in performing his spinal cord stimulators procedures, Arizona’s pain specialist, Dr. V. is also an extremely accomplished physician in the medical community. Beginning medical school at only 16 years of age, Dr. V. is an alumnus of the hallowed St. John’s Medical College and is a board-certified surgeon who has training in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery. Dr. V. has been in the field of chronic pain relief and for over 2 decades.

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To find out more about the spinal cord stimulators procedure or to contact Dr. Vengurlekar at his office at the Premier Pain Institute, contact:

Dr. Vengurlekar, (Scottsdale Pain Specialist)
Premier Pain Institute
10200 N. 92nd, Suite 200 Medical Plaza 4
Scottsdale, Arizona 85258
Phone: (480) 314-2288
Fax: (480) 314-1113
http://www.azpainmd.com/

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