Post surgery Nerve Lesion Neuropathy or Surgically-Induced Neuropathic Pain (SNPP)

Is there a cure for Post surgery Nerve Lesion Neuropathy or Surgically-Induced Neuropathic Pain (SNPP)?

At the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America, we specialize in Calmare® Scrambler Therapy as a transformative solution for individuals suffering from Post-Surgery Nerve Lesion Neuropathy. If you or a loved one are grappling with persistent neuropathic pain following surgery and are in search of effective relief, Calmare® Scrambler Therapy offers a beacon of hope.

 

Traditional approaches to post-surgery nerve lesion neuropathy often involve medications and treatments that may provide limited relief or have unwanted side effects. However, Calmare® Scrambler Therapy takes a different path, focusing on retraining the brain’s response to pain signals through the use of advanced technology.

By delivering gentle electrical impulses through strategically placed electrode pads, Calmare® Scrambler Therapy disrupts the transmission of pain signals from damaged nerves. These electrical impulses confuse the brain and replace the pain sensations with non-painful signals, effectively “scrambling” the brain’s perception of pain. The result is remarkable pain relief and an improved overall sense of well-being.

At the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America, we are at the forefront of Calmare® Scrambler Therapy research and implementation. Our dedicated team of experts has extensive experience in administering this innovative treatment and tailoring it to each patient’s specific needs. We understand the complexities of post-surgery nerve lesion neuropathy and the impact it can have on physical and emotional well-being. That’s why we provide compassionate care and unwavering support throughout the entire treatment process.

If you are seeking a breakthrough in your journey to find relief from post-surgery nerve lesion neuropathy, look no further than the CRPS and Neuropathic Pain Center of America. With Calmare® Scrambler Therapy, we offer renewed hope and the potential for a life free from the grip of neuropathic pain.

Post surgery Nerve Lesion Neuropathy or Surgically-Induced Neuropathic Pain (SNPP)

Post-surgical nerve lesion neuropathy, also known as post-surgical neuropathic pain or surgically induced neuropathic pain, is a distressing condition that manifests after surgical procedures. It occurs due to nerve damage during surgery or the body’s response to the surgical intervention, leading to abnormal nerve activity and the transmission of pain signals. The injury may result from nerve transection, contusion, stretching, or inflammation. Notably, studies show that approximately 60% of patients with amputations experience surgically induced neuropathic pain.

While post-surgery nerve lesion neuropathy can develop after any surgical procedure, it is most commonly observed following surgeries that directly involve nerves, such as spinal surgery, amputation, or breast surgery. The presence of this type of pain can have a profound impact on a person’s quality of life, affecting their daily activities and overall well-being.

When nerve pain becomes chronic, persisting for more than three months, innovative treatment options like Calmare® can provide much-needed relief. Calmare® treatments have shown promise in managing chronic post-surgical neuropathic pain, offering hope and improved outcomes for individuals grappling with this challenging condition.

The pain can be described as:

Burning

Shooting

Stabbing

Electrical shock like and can be constant or intermittent

Electrical shock like and can be constant or intermittent