DRG Stimulation

Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation

For people who want an effective option for chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS) treatment, The University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City offers an innovative procedure. Proclaim™ neurostimulator system for dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation is an FDA-approved, minimally invasive form of pain relief that treats chronic pain associated with CRPS.

DRG stimulation provides targeted pain relief for those with difficult-to-treat chronic pain – particularly in the foot, knee, hip or groin. This therapy is effective for people with CRPS who have been unable to treat their condition with rehabilitation, medication or traditional spinal cord stimulation (SCS).

To see if DRG stimulation could work for your CRPS, schedule an appointment. We have helped people from Kansas City and Overland Park with DRG treatments to achieve lasting pain relief.

Who can benefit?

The Proclaim™ neurostimulation system treats people with chronic neuropathic pain associated with CRPS. It is effective for people whose pain is concentrated in the lower limbs and may be an option if you have:

  • Chronic pain that has lasted 6 months or more
  • Isolated chronic pain in a lower part of the body, such as the foot, knee, hip or groin, following an injury or surgical procedure
  • Little or no relief from traditional neurostimulation, surgery, pain medications, nerve blocks or other pain management therapies
  • Been diagnosed with CRPS and have not found relief with rehabilitative physical therapy

For people who want an effective option for chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS) treatment, the Proclaim neurostimulator system for dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation is an FDA-approved, minimally invasive form of pain relief that treats chronic pain associated with CRPS.

DRG stimulation provides targeted pain relief for difficult-to-treat chronic pain – particularly in the foot, knee, hip or groin. This therapy is effective for people with CRPS who have been unable to treat their condition with rehabilitation, medication or traditional spinal cord stimulation (SCS).

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