If you live with the frustration and limits of chronic pain on a daily
basis, you’re not alone. More than 100 million Americans suffer
from chronic pain issues, commonly involving their backs and legs. Many
even find the pain to be debilitating and disabling. For pain sufferers
in Colorado, there may be another way.
Our pain management clinic is offering a new form of spinal cord stimulation
HF10 Spinal Cord Stimulation. This procedure involves implanting a tiny device that uses high-frequency
stimulation to target the root of pain signals and reduce pain. Our own
Dr. Brad Sisson is leading the charge on this new type of pain relief
Beginning in 2015, the FDA approved HF10 Spinal Cord Stimulation devices
for pain management. Dr. Sisson began using the devices, manufactured
by NERVO Corp., in fall 2015 to address his patients' pain concerns.
According to Dr. Sisson, the HF10 Spinal Cord Stimulation devices have
been clinically proven by ten years of research to be twice as effective
as the traditional tonic-style stimulators. For patients, the difference
Why Choose High-Frequency Spinal Cord Stimulators?
The benefits of these devices are numerous. They not only treat leg and
back pain, but are FDA-approved for use while driving or operating machinery,
unlike tradition spinal cord stimulators. These implants are also covered
by Medicare and most private health insurance companies, which means they
are far more accessible than other alternatives. Additionally, the devices
are drug-free, helping patients to avoid dangerous painkiller addictions.
Who Benefits From HF10 Therapy?
HF10 Spinal Cord Stimulation devices can offer lasting pain relief for
patients suffering from a wide variety of conditions, including:
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
- Peripheral Ischemic Pain
- Continuing back or leg pain with a traditional spinal cord stimulator
If you suffer from continual back pain, you deserve to experience what
life can be like without pain. At the Colorado Clinic, our talented Colorado
pain management specialists offer a variety of
treatment options to address your pain. Schedule an appointment to learn more!
Contact our offices by calling (970) 355-3225.