Neuromodulation includes treatments that involve stimulation or administration of medications directly to the body’s nervous system for therapeutic purposes. The target neurons for stimulation include those in the central and peripheral nervous systems, the autonomic nervous system, and the deep cell nuclei of the brain, resulting in modulation of their activity.
Neuromodulation includes several modalities, and is a cross-disciplinary approach to acute and chronic pain control and neurologic dysfunction. Neuromodulation can be used to treat movement disorders, spasticity, and epilepsy, as well as multiple pain syndromes.
Minimally invasive spine surgery
Spinal cord stimulation
Intrathecal Pain Management
CORUS SPINAL SYSTEM | CASE STUDY
CORUS is a highly effective, minimally invasive system for the surgical treatment of neck and upper back pain. CORUS is used to treat neuroforaminal stenosis with radiculopathy in the cervical spine. It is also effective at treating medically refractory facet joint arthropathy (or arthritis) in the cervical and high thoracic spine.