Nerve Stimulation Technology – Neurostimulation
Neurostimulation is a form of nerve stimulation technology designed to act as a pain control therapy, specifically designed for patients suffering from chronic pain. A Neurostimulation device is surgically implanted directly within the painful area which blocks the transmission of pain signals to the brain and therefore to masking the sensation of pain. This technology does not heal the effected area it simply blocks the brain from feeling the sensation of pain and is why it is mainly recommended for patients suffering with long term chronic pain who have tried various other treatments such as drug therapy, physiotherapy etc with little to no success.
We specialise in the supply of the Neurimpulse Peripheral Nerve Stimulation System featuring a small stimulator which is implanted under the skin at the painful area and then generates electrical signals. These signals run through the nerves and to the brain, blocking the sensation of pain and replacing that pain with a pleasant feeling – from experience, patients have reported this feels like a “light massage” and a “like a tingling sensation”. The stimulation intensity can be personally adjusted by the patient via a remote control handset and they can even set different strengths of stimulation for different times of day – so it’s a very customisable system.
How Nerve Stimulation Technology Works
Pain signals reach the brain through the nervous system.
The generator emits electrical pulses through a lead.
The lead sends these pulses to the surrounding peripheral nerves.
The pulses are perceived as a pleasant sensation, replacing the painful sensation.
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