Peripheral nerve stimulators offer exceptional relief for a broad range of conditions, and can completely change one's life!
Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) January 25, 2016
The top Phoenix pain management centers, Arizona Pain Specialists, are now offering peripheral nerve stimulation treatment for over ten chronic pain conditions. The treatments are offered at five metro Phoenix pain centers, with an additional treatment center in Flagstaff. Call (602) 507-6550 for more information and scheduling.
Peripheral nerve stimulation has become an increasingly popular treatment across the country. The reason it is an exceptionally effective treatment and is minimally invasive. To perform the procedure, the Phoenix pain doctors place electrodes along the course of painful peripheral nerves to control pain. The peripheral nerve stimulation blocks pain perception from traveling to one's brain.
The treatment is effective for a broad range of conditions, such as RSD, Diabetic Neuropathy, postherpetic neuralgia, trigeminal neuralgia, post surgical pain, post amputation pain and more. The conditions receive excellent benefit and a decreased need for pain medications. The stimulator insertion involves a small incision with the device being placed subcutaneously along with a tiny battery.
It is a self contained system like a pacemaker, and may make a tremendous change in a person's life. For patients who have no surgical option and require significant medications to function, the stimulator may make all the difference.
Arizona Pain Specialists accepts the vast majority of insurance plans and offers over twenty five treatment options for patients. Chiropractic treatment is also offered along with the interventional procedures and medication management. There are pain centers across the Valley including a Scottsdale pain management center, Glendale, Chandler, Gilbert and downtown Phoenix along with an additional pain clinic in Flagstaff.
For the top Arizona pain management and to find out more about the treatment with a peripheral nerve stimulation, call (602) 507-6550.