Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Don't Let Neck Pain Slow You Down! California Sports & Spine Offers Cutting-Edge Peripheral Nerve Stimulation Treatments to Seniors in LA

Peripheral Nerve Stimulation in California

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Dealing with constant pain can feel like an uphill battle, but you don’t have to face it alone. At California Sports & Spine Center, we’re more than just a clinic; we’re your partners in the journey to a pain-free life. One of our standout treatments is the Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (“PNS”), a cutting-edge approach that could be the answer you’ve been searching for.

All About Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

So, What’s Peripheral Nerve Stimulation All About?

Think of PNS as a gentle nudge to your nerves. It uses electronic impulses to soothe and manage pain. Whether it’s that nagging back pain, osteoarthritis, or even the discomfort from diabetic neuropathy, PNS can be a beacon of relief. The device is discreet, worn on the outside, and sends gentle electrical waves to the nerves under your skin.

How Does the Treatment Work?

Picture this: a small battery, comfortably attached to your skin, connected to a wire with a tiny needle at its end. This needle, depending on what you need, is either placed in the epidural space for spinal cord relief or near a specific nerve. And don’t worry, we ensure the procedure is as comfortable as possible, sometimes using local anesthesia or a bit of sedation.

Is PNS Right for Me?

If you feel like you’ve tried everything and are still grappling with pain, PNS might just be your next step. It’s been a ray of hope for many dealing with conditions like neck pain or even the sharp, shooting pains down the leg. If any of this sounds familiar, it’s time to consider PNS.

What’s the Experience Like?

First, we do a ‘test drive’. We attach leads to your nerves to see how they respond. This trial helps us gauge if a permanent device is the way to go. Once we’re sure, we move ahead with implanting the device.

What Can I Look Forward To?

After the procedure, many of our patients have shared:

  • A noticeable drop in pain levels and a spring in their step.
  • Less dependency on pain meds.
  • Barely any side effects.
  • And most importantly, a renewed zest for life.