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Have you been diagnosed with Painful Diabetic Neuropathy OR have Painful Diabetic Neuropathy Symptoms?
Are you currently taking medication such as Lyrica or Gabapentin to manage your Painful Diabetic Neuropathy pain?

Spinal Cord Stimulator Treatment

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.

9 out of 10

Patients have substantial, lasting pain relief¹


average pain relief¹


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

Meet Our Docs

Dr. Shall is located at our Cleveland clinic and is known as one of the first surgeons to begin performing minimally invasive stabilization procedures. Dr. Shall’s specialty is minimally invasive surgery and neuropathy treatment and is known for his time at Laser Spine Institute.

Dr. Staggs is located at our Cincinnati clinic and focuses on outpatient spinal care, general rehabilitation, and musculoskeletal care. Dr. Staggs is known for performing electromyograms and nerve conduction (EMG/NCS), Ultrasound diagnostics and injection guidance, Botox for spasticity, peripheral joint injections, fluoroscopic guided peripheral joint injections, and comprehensive spinal interventions.

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.


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


Related to diabetes.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

A progressive condition that causes pain in the extremities.


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

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

Contact us to find out which treatments will be best for you.

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29001 Cedar Rd. STE 303, Lyndhurst, OH, 44124

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