Neuropathy (also called peripheral neuropathy) is a painful disorder that affects people with a wide variety of conditions. It occurs when pressure on a peripheral nerve blocks that nerve’s signal to the brain. Although the causes of neuropathy vary, some common associated conditions are alcoholism, tumors and benign growths, exposure to toxins or heavy metals, extreme vitamin B deficiencies, physical trauma or repetitive stress, HIV or AIDS, hypothyroidism, Lyme disease and diseases that affect kidney and liver function. People with neuropathy may experience pain in the feet or ankles, numbness and tingling in the limbs or extremities, inflammation in the calf muscle or shoulder and knee joints, headaches and fatigue, tremors, or physical weakness.
spinal cord stimulation
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.
Neurofeedback works by hooking patients up to a computer with electroencephalogram electrodes placed on a patient’s scalp that detect electrical activity in their brain.
Spinal cord stimulation has seen unprecedented growth in new technology in the 50 years since the first subdural implant. As we continue to grow our understanding of spinal cord stimulation and relevant mechanisms of action, novel questions arise as to electrical dosing optimization.
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PRP? Never heard of it, even though celebrity athletes have used it. I’m not much of a sports person, so I don’t keep up. When I heard about the complex growth and healing factors right in my own blood — and how concentrating them and using them to inject in my plantar fascia might resolve my years of pain and inability to reasonably walk farther than to and from my vehicle — I was all in. It seems that at NLMG, each success leads to another success. Got to go. Time for a walk and do some errands. Pain free, that is.
Injured Gulf War Veteran: I’ve been fighting over 20 years to get relief from this pain. All doctors want to do is give me drugs, drugs, drugs and more drugs…PTSD was getting worse, nightmares getting worse at night and my overall well-being was decreasing a lot. I’ve seen over 20 doctors in the last 20 years…Now I am able to move my neck for the first time in 10 years, able to focus on my business…To me, this was a Godsend.
Things were so bad before I had the PRP that I couldn’t even change the sheets on my bed…I could not sweep the floor. There were just so many things that I could not do. After the PRP, I was able to do most anything in the world…