Pain Relief For Complex Pain
Neurostimulation Can Help
Many people have found Neurostimulation or Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) may help them find chronic pain relief. Spinal Cord Stimulation also know as Neurostimulation has been a focal point for chronic pain relief at all Lynx Healthcare location. Doctors around the world have been recommending neurostimulation for over 40 years to help patients just like you manage chronic pain and improve their quality of life. Lynx Healthcare has found our patient on average find 75% pain relief when they adopt SCS into their lives.
FAQ around SCS
Many patients who opt into neurostimulation have an opportunity to enjoy life again. Little things like holding your grandchildren again. Going on your favorite hike again for the first time. Being able to feel like your part of the family again. Being able to dance again. Or simply getting a full night’s rest without tossing and turning in chronic pain are some of the things our patients tell us they are finally able to do again!
Getting a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan is important for many of our patients. MRI’s are an important step in many diagnoses, medical procedures and therapies. If you are dealing with chronic pain it is very possible you have had to undergo an MRI scan. If you have a neurostimulation device implanted you can still receive an MRI, however it is important for you to speak with your doctor or nurse to understand exactly how you can protect yourself and your device
Many Lynx Healthcare patients who have a stimulator implanted state that they never thought they would be able to travel again! Neurostimulation allows people with chronic pain the opportunity to enjoy a more active and fast pace life again. The great part is most all of the device companies we work with have representatives around the world, so in a very rare case you should run into issues with your device while you are traveling there will be someone who can help!
Every few years you may need to have your neurostimlator device replaced. Typically devices will last 8-10+ years though!