Neuromodulation is used to treat and enhance quality of life in individuals who suffer severe chronic illness due to persistent pain, spasticity, movement disorders, epilepsy, ischaemia, cardiac, bowel and bladder dysfunction, spinal injury, visual, auditory and specific psychiatric disorders.
- Deep Brain Stimulation
- High Cervical Stimulation
- Cortical Stimulation
- Vagus Nerve Stimulation (Epilepsy)
- Epidural Stimulation for Spinal Cord Injury
- Peripheral Nerve Stimulation of Brachial Plexus Injury
- Chronic Pain Management
- Sacral Stimulation
- Bladder Control System
- Ability to Stand
- Ability to Take Assisted Steps
- Voluntary Movements in Lower Limbs
- Increased Muscle Mass and Strength
- Improved Bowel and Badder Control
- Stabilized Blood Pressure
- Improved Temperature Regulation
- Improved Sensation
- Decreased Neuropathic Pain
- Breakthrough procedure for Spinal Cord injury patient
Epidural Stimulation is a quantum leap forward in the treatment of spinal cord problems. In this process, there is continuous flow of electric current to the lower part of the spinal cord. It is the best treatment that is available for complete...
Cortical stimulation is an emerging treatment alternative for various neurological disorders. Unlike deep brain stimulation, cortical stimulation utilizes electrodes that are placed on the exterior surface of the brain. This procedure is...
Cervical Spinal Cord Stimulation has been used to treat a number of different conditions, including medically refractory neuropathic pain syndromes pain of cranio-cervical pain syndrome, lower or upper extremity pain, chronic neck pain, angina...
Sacral stimulation is an effective treatment in the cases of spinal cord injuries which affects our urine and stool control. In many of the cases of spinal cord injuries, urine and stool control is lost. At IBS’s Spine Injury Cure center,...
One of the most effective methods for brachial plexus injury is Peripheral Nerve Stimulation. At Spine Injury Cure center of IBS Hospitals, your injury of Brachial Plexus will be treated with the help of Peripheral Nerve Stimulation. Brachial...
The Finetch Brindley Bladder Control System is a medical device that is implanted inside the body. The main aim of this device is to restore the bladder function which gets disrupted when the spinal cord is affected. There are other added...
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