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Spinal Cord Stimulator Specialist in Ocala

Are You Ready For a New Sensation?

Patients struggling with chronic pain can finally see hope in the cutting-edge of technology: spinal cord stimulators. This minimally invasive procedure bypasses pain signals, providing relief not just through numbness, but by sending a tingling sensation that disrupts the pain pathway. Studies show 70% experience significant pain reduction, with potential benefits like improved sleep and even restored sensation. Though not a cure, it offers a life-changing alternative for those who haven’t found relief through traditional avenues. While there are risks and considerations, for many suffering with debilitating neuropathy or other chronic pain conditions, this technology opens a door to reclaiming a life less consumed by pain.

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9 out of 10

Patients have substantial, lasting pain relief¹

77%

average pain relief¹

92%

of patients were highly satisfied with the treatment process²

1. Petersen, E, et. al. durability of High-Frequency 10 kHZ Spinal Cord Stimulation for Patients With Painful Diabetic Neuropathy Refractory to Conventional Treatments. Diabetes Care, November 2021.

2. Most effective treatment for refractory. Source: . Petersen E. et al. Effect of high frequency (10-kHz) spinal cord stimulation in patients with painful diabetic neuropathy: a randomized clinical trial. JAMA Neurology Apr 2021

Are You a Candidate For a Spinal Cord Stimulator?

A spinal cord stimulator is a cutting-edge medical device that can reduce nerve pain. Through the use of new technology, low-level electrical signals move toward the spinal cord to modify pain signals and provide relief for chronic pain conditions.

We offer modern solutions for patients struggling with conditions stemming from a range of neuropathy types. Spinal cord stimulators, sometimes referred to as (SCS), deliver electrical pulses to the spinal cord. These pulses can then block pain signals from being sent to the brain. This allows painful diabetic neuropathy patients to minimize the pain they experience due to their condition. For patients with neck & back pain, spinal cord stimulators can relieve much of the pain.

At BEST, we offer patients diagnostic testing with the SCS device so they can determine whether it is the right option for them. If patients find relief with it, we can implant a permanent device.

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When is Spinal Cord Stimulation an Option?

Although not every condition is treatable with a spinal cord stimulator, commonly treated conditions include:

Chronic back and leg pain

Due to age-related conditions.

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS)

Complications related to previous spine surgery.

Arachnoiditis

Painful inflammation of the thin membrane that covers the brain and spinal cord.

Neuropathy

Related to diabetes.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

A progressive condition that causes pain in the extremities.

Radiculopathy

Nerve damage or injury related to the nerve root or spine.

Meet Our Spinal Cord Stimulator Specialist

Dr. Pyles is leading Spinal Cord Stimulation treatment for a range of conditions with BEST. He also focuses on the treatment of chronic, intractable pain, which has earned him a reputation as an innovator. He is known as the inventor of the Pyles needle, which is an epidural needle used in the placement of percutaneous SCS leads. Currently, Dr. Pyles has six more patents pending related to various interventional devices and techniques.

How To Know If Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS) Treatment Is Right For You?

If you have been experiencing trouble walking or loss of balance, sores or infections that take too long to heal, burning, tingling, numbness, pain, or difficulty sensing temperatures in the feet or hands, and/or swelling of the feet or hands, you may have some form of nerve damage. If you’ve been diagnosed with nerve-related conditions, CRPS or FBSS, you may be a candidate for Spinal Cord Stimulator Treatment.

Our Outpatient Ambulatory Surgery Center provides many treatments and services based on our patient’s needs. If you are unsure if you have spinal cord stimulator treatment is right for you BEST Health System can help. First, we gather information about your condition and health history, perform an exam, perform diagnostic testing, and then update the patient on the results and treatment options.

BEST Can Help

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(513) 766-3279

Location

2300 South Pine Ave Suite C. Ocala, Fl 34471

Hours

Monday – Friday 8 am – 4 pm

Find out if you're a candidate for our minimally invasive procedure

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