Cadaver lab studies have been flexible for many types of procedures including spinal surgery procedures such as Neuro modulation pain management.

Neuro modulation pain management refers to a set of medical treatments that involve the use of electrical or chemical stimulation to alter the way that the nervous system processes pain signals.

The idea is that by targeting specific areas of the nervous system with electrical or chemical signals, doctors can block or reduce the transmission of pain signals to the brain, which can help to alleviate chronic pain.

The specific Neuro modulation pain management procedure used will depend on the type of pain and the individual patient’s needs, but here are some general steps that may be involved:

  1. Evaluation: Before undergoing a Neuro modulation procedure, the patient will typically undergo a thorough evaluation to determine the cause and severity of their pain, as well as to ensure that they are a good candidate for the procedure.
  2. Trial stimulation: In some cases, the patient may undergo a trial stimulation before the full procedure is done. This involves temporarily implanting a small electrical device, such as a spinal cord stimulator, and seeing if it effectively reduces the patient’s pain.
  3. Implantation: If the trial stimulation is successful, the patient will then undergo the full Neuro modulation procedure, which typically involves implanting a small device under the skin that delivers electrical or chemical stimulation to the affected area. Depending on the specific technique used, the device may be implanted in the spinal cord, a nerve root, or another area of the body.
  4. Adjustment: Once the device is implanted, the patient will work closely with their medical team to adjust the settings and ensure that the stimulation is effectively managing their pain. This may involve several follow-up appointments and adjustments to the device settings.

Overall, Neuro modulation pain management procedures can be highly effective at managing chronic pain, but they do require specialized medical expertise and careful follow-up care. Patients considering these procedures should discuss the risks and benefits with their healthcare provider to determine if it’s the right option for them.