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Alternative Pain Management Therapies
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Our pain management medical center joins efforts with regional hospital departments and community organizations to provide alternative pain management therapies, giving you, the patient, greater choice among less or non invasive treatment options. It is through this network and a multimodal (or interconnection of different fields of study) team approach that we are able to provide a variety of alternative pain management services, many of which rely on mind-body techniques. Consequently, individual results may vary. Some may find little to no benefit, while others find them to be the solution they have been looking for to lifelong chronic pain relief. Natural and holistic, alternative pain management may be pursued as a standalone procedure or as a complement to other interventional forms of pain treatment with lasting and even permanent results. Below are a few examples of alternative pain management therapies available at our pain management center to help you find relief from your pain and a renewed quality of life.

 

New Jersey Pain Consultants is now offering HF10™ therapy.

HF10™ therapy is an advanced spinal cord stimulation (SCS) treatment for chronic back and leg pain. It’s FDA approved and a clinical study demonstrated it gives more people superior* relief of both back and leg pain relative to traditional SCS.

HF10™ therapy works by calming the nerves that carry pain signals to your brain. The procedure is quick, minimally invasive and may not require a hospital stay. HF10™ therapy is the first and only SCS therapy that does not include paresthesia, the tingling and buzzing feeling typical of other SCS therapies. Please watch these videos below to learn more.

 

Acupuncture

Practiced in East Asia for thousands of years, acupuncture is becoming more and more prevalent in the United States as an alternative option for treating pain. Research shows that acupuncture affects the brain’s ability to reduce and regulate pain. The acupuncture procedure consists of stimulating specific anatomical points on the body using a variety of techniques. The most common acupuncture technique involves penetrating the skin with thin, solid, metallic needles that are manipulated by the hands or by electrical stimulation.

 

Massage Therapy

Medical massage therapy consists of a variety of techniques – such as gentle, smooth, gliding strokes, or squeezing, rolling, and kneading muscles – to relieve tension, reduce the presence of substances that generate and sustain pain, improve range of motion, and increase the production of endorphins. Medical massage therapy is focused on the entire body and its relationship to soft tissue for pain relief.

 

Biofeedback Therapy

During biofeedback therapy, patients learn to associate instinctive physical responses to painful symptoms in order to make proactive changes in behavior and/or response patterns to reduce chronic pain and find relief. A broad range of biofeedback methods – from measuring perspiration to respiration – may be administered to safely produce the information on physical function that can lead to positive change.

 

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