As SCS technology expands, it’s important to understand the attributes of individual waveform therapies and to invite patients into the decision-making.
How does neuromodulation work, exactly — and what kind is best for which patients? Answers to these persistent questions hold the keys to better experiences for patients with chronic pain.
Neuromodulation, using electrical stimulation or chemical agents, is an option for relieving ocular neuropathic pain associated with dry eye.
In our newest Neuro Pathways podcast, an expert epileptologist explains why he advocates that patients consider epilepsy surgery or neuromodulation when two anti-epilepsy drugs fail to prevent their seizures.
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Study finds that this newer form of neuromodulation has good potential for the optimization and personalization of pain control for certain patients with chronic back and leg pain.
Median seizure reduction was substantially greater after nine years of therapy than after three years, reveals a long-term prospective study of the implantable RNS neuromodulation system.
The new deep brain stimulation system for epilepsy seems best suited to patients whose seizures are hard to localize or restrict to just a couple brain regions. We share insights as one of the initial U.S. treating sites.
Closed-loop stimulation is a breakthrough that has great potential for helping patients manage their pain.
Here’s a status update from this historic trial, including a rundown of elements being investigated in addition to stroke survivors’ functional outcomes.
A case vignette offers insights into the virtues — and mechanics — of a new minimally invasive neuromodulation option for neuropathic limb pain.