Spinal Cord Stimulation

Now Offering Patients Relief with Spinal Cord Stimulation

Spinal cord stimulation has been used for decades, and is being recommended for an increasing number of conditions. Failed back surgery syndrome, cervical and lumbar radiculitis, neuropathy, and complex regional pain syndrome are some conditions that may be helped by the therapy. Smaller devices have made implantation less invasive, and innovations—such as devices that are compatible with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)—have expanded the number of people likely to consider the therapy. In addition, nationwide efforts to reduce reliance on opioid pain medications are bringing renewed interest to a range of pain-relief treatments that do not involve medications—including spinal cord stimulation.

Finding a doctor with experience is important in the case of spinal cord stimulation, as more experience generally leads to greater expertise. Also, spinal cord stimulation is a rapidly changing field of medicine, with new devices arriving frequently on the market. A specialist with experience in the procedure is likely to be more adept and up-to-date on the latest techniques and devices.

The physicians at the Spine Center of Southeast Georgia have received extensive training for spinal cord stimulation with advanced technology from NEVRO, St. Jude, Boston Scientific and Medtronic. Our physicians boast the highest percentage (92%) of patients who have had a trial period of stimulation that go on to have a permanent implant. A high percentage indicates the specialist is carefully selecting candidates. Ask our providers if spinal cord stimulation is right for YOU!

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Does pain dictate your daily activities?

Are there things you would love to do, but your back or neck pain prohibits you from doing so?

At The Spine Center of Southeast Georgia, we understand and we’re here to help treat your chronic or acute pain with minimally invasive techniques that involve limiting pain medications and surgery, while focusing on a variety of therapies that have been proven effective by our patients.

We understand that you’re struggling right now, but our message to you is that it doesn’t have to be that way.

You don’t have to live with pain the rest of your life.

If you would like to learn more about how we treat patients in the Brunswick and Kingsland, GA areas, give our pain management clinic nearest you a call or fill out the contact form below today.

The information provided on this website is for general, educational purposes only and is not intended as, nor should it be relied upon as, medical advice for use by any specific patient for a particular condition. Individuals with a particular medical condition are encouraged to seek the advice of a competent medical professional who can fully address their specific, unique needs.