Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

Frequently Asked Questions on Peripheral Nerve Stimulation

This procedure is an advanced technique that uses an electrode placed under the skin and over the peripheral nerve. It emits low voltage electrical currents that will interrupt the pain signals over a specific region which is usually the head or face. The patient will experience a pleasant buzzing sensation instead of the pain, tingling, or numbness that is perceived. The device is designed to create a sensation that interrupts the signal between the nerve and the brain that sends the pain signal. It can work great for a peripheral nerve dysfunction.

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