Spinal Cord Stimulation Research Study
The physicians of the Institute for Limb Preservation have developed a research protocol to study the efficacy of spinal cord stimulation for phantom limb pain. The protocol requires the placement of a temporary stimulator for 3 weeks and analyzes the amputee's pain relief to varying levels of stimulation. The attempt is to provide an alternative to narcotic pain medications that an amputee might require.
To find out more about this study, or to discuss the possibility of participating please contact our research coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org.