Physical therapy for the spinal treatment is a key step in the relief and treatment of pain syndrome. It is a necessary component in the prevention of complications, tissue restoration, and relieving inflammation. The treatment regimen can be used as one technique, or several at once, in order to enhance the therapeutic effect.
A spinal cord stimulator, also called a dorsal column stimulator, is an implanted electronic device used to help treat chronic pain. These devices have been in use for the treatment of pain for over 30 years and they continue to improve. The area of medical science responsible for developing these devices is called neuromodulation.
The spinal cord stimulator will not cure your pain, but you should see a reduction in your pain of 50 percent or more if the stimulator procedure is successful. The goal of the spinal cord stimulator is to allow you to be more active, have less pain, and take less pain medication.
Welcome to Momentum Spine & Sport Physiotherapy’s guide to spinal cord stimulators.
Spine injury is one of the most common problems that a person faces, regardless of age.
For the spinal treatment, many doctors prescribe a variety of injections, droppers, ointments, pills. But, in addition to medication methods of treatment, physiotherapy methods come to the aid of a neurologist to solve problems with a large back.
Physiotherapy is one of the most popular treatments in the United States and Canada for treating spinal diseases. Physical therapy for spinal treatment with physical or mechanical means, such as through exercise or heat.
If you are concerned about a spinal injury or need qualified prescribing and physical therapy, contact Momentum.