The International Neuromodulation Society defines therapeutic neuromodulation as “the alteration of nerve activity through targeted delivery of a stimulus, such as electrical stimulation or chemical agents, to specific neurological sites in the body.” In appropriate patients, this growing class of therapies, in common use since the 1980s, can help restore function or relieve symptoms that have a neurological basis.
restores function of neurological sites
relieves symptoms that have a neurological basis
Neuromodulation is a fast-growing discipline that involves using targeted electrical, magnetic, mechanical, or thermal stimulation of the nervous system to change firing neuronal and interneuronal connection features to treat various neurological diseases.
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We’ve used pretty much every intervention you can think of with our children. It became undeniable that the improvements were because of the HBOT treatment. You have to ask yourself, how much are you willing to pay to hear your child say I love you?
“To exist and not live is not good.” I thought that forever people would be driving me around and helping me put my clothes on. I have no more pain, I don’t have a burning. Pain works on your mind, body and it takes a lot of things away. You can sleep or do anything – you have no life. Dr. Schmidt is so wonderful – he attends to your physical needs and emotional needs – it is the whole person he is attending to. This has given me my life back. You don’t want to be on medicines your entire life. I am free of my pain and I never thought I would be.
Stroke Recovery: I had a stroke that left me with a pain that was like a hot iron turned on high and stuck to me. I’m not through with treatment and I already don’t have to take pain medication throughout the night.