The NeuroStim pain protocol is a safe, FDA approved and non-narcotic option to get rid of pain.
Health InformationThe NeuroStim treatment is based on cranial electrical stimulation (CES), a technology that has been studied since the 1950's. Cranial electrical stimulation, combined with auricular therapy has been shown to dramatically reduce chronic pain. It is painless, and allows the body to release endorphins into the blood at different intervals to stop pain. There are basically zero side-effects.
Medical TreatmentsTreatment for chronic pain usually only involves highly potent pain medication mixed anti-inflammatories. Treatment for neuropathy is relatively the same, except nerve numbing medication is added. People that suffer with either chronic pain or neuropathy, usually never get rid of the pain completely.
Symptom CheckSymptoms range from: back or neck pain, numbness, tingling, burning, muscle weakness or radiating pain down the arms or legs.
Why Us?We are one of the very first clinics in DFW to be certified to administer the NeuroStim treatment. Our patients have all had positive effects and reductions of pain. It is covered by most insurance policies including Medicare.
Medical Disclaimer: Although we have seen great results using the NeuroStim treatment, results may vary in patients depending on symptom and condition. Results are not guaranteed.
Top 6 Frequently Asked Questions
1. Does the procedure hurt?
There is little to no pain associated with the procedure.
2. How can I prepare for my visit?
Once you make an appointment, we will send you an email with a confirmation time and also our paperwork to fill out prior to your appointment. When you arrive, you will see the provider immediately to discuss your case in detail to be sure you are a good candidate for the procedure.
3. What do I do after treatment?
Most patients resume their daily activities immediately after treatment.
4. When will I see results?
Generally it takes 3-6 weeks to see start seeing results.
5. How many treatments will I need?
The protocol is 4 treatments repeated every 3 weeks.
6. Does insurance cover the procedure?
Currently BCBS, Aetna, United and Medicare cover the procedure. Insurance changes rapidly though and more companies can be added. We will verify benefits for you at the time of your visit.