BRINGING YOU THE MOST HIGHLY TRAINED NEUROMODULATION IMPLANTOR IN THE REGION

For Chronic Pain, Headaches and More

Neuromodulation is technology that acts directly upon nerves. It is the alteration—or modulation—of nerve activity by delivering electrical impulses directly to a target area.
 
Neuromodulation devices and treatments are life changing. They affect every area of the body and treat nearly every disease or symptom from headaches to tremors to spinal cord damage to urinary incontinence. With such a broad therapeutic scope, and significant ongoing improvements in biotechnology, it is not surprising that neuromodulation is poised as a major growth industry for the next decade.
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About Neuromodulation Treatment

Neuromodulation works by either actively stimulating nerves to produce a natural biological response or by applying targeted pharmaceutical agents in tiny doses directly to site of action.

Neurostimulation devices involve the application of electrodes to the spinal cord.  These precisely placed leads connect via an extension cable to a pulse generator and power source, which generates the necessary electrical stimulation. A low-voltage electrical current passes from the generator to the nerve, and can either inhibit pain signals or stimulate neural impulses where they were previously absent.

Neuromodulation have many applications, such as deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease, sacral nerve stimulation for pelvic disorders and incontinence, and spinal cord stimulation for ischemic disorders and well as chronic pain.  

In the context of chronic pain, neuromodulation works by actively stimulating nerves to produce a natural biological response.  Neurostimulation devices involve the application of electrodes to the spinal cord or peripheral nerves. These precisely placed leads connect to a pulse generator and power source, which generates the necessary electrical stimulation. A low-voltage electrical current passes from the generator to the nerve and can inhibit pain signals.

There are several types of stimulation options designed to treat different types of pain.  Contact us at Omaha Pain Physicians today to find out if you are a candidate for neuromodulation.  

There are complications that are general to any implant into the body and complications that are specific to the technique, therapy and disease. You should ask your doctor and the implanting team all about any common or dangerous possible side effects before embarking on this or any treatment. Further information on complications specific to the device, technique and therapy can be found from the manufacturers’ own websites.

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As a dedicated team of medical professionals, we at Omaha Pain Physicians work tirelessly to restore our patients’ quality of life and promote greater overall health. Combining cutting-edge medicine with our uniquely natural approach, we are a practice that treats the whole patient - from physical state to emotional well being.

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At Omaha Pain Phyisicians, we are using the latest therapies developed to treat pain, promote overall wellness, and improve your quality of life.

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