Chronic pain affects 30 percent of people in America, according to the
New England Journal of Medicine.
That’s just one reason for the explosion in opioid abuse and addiction.
Now there’s a new neurostimulator called the HF10, and it has dramatically
reduced pain for many patients.
Alisha Constancio couldn’t play with her dog, Daisy, three months
ago. A car accident left her with chronic pain and headaches.
Dr. Vernon Williams told her about the HF10 neurostimulator, an implanted
device that sends high frequency pulses to nerves through wires near the spine.
“Potentially, you can turn up or turn down certain signals, turn
off certain pain signals and give significant improvement of pain without
the need for opioids or other medications,” Williams explains.
He says the HF10 uses high frequency, eliminating a side effect of other
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