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Louisiana Pain Specialists
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Our Pain Specialists treats various Chronic & Acute Pain Conditions with the most minimally invasive, clinically proven interventional treatment.
Our Pain Specialists treats various Chronic & Acute Pain Conditions with the most minimally invasive, clinically proven interventional treatment.

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Your back is hurting after a long day at the office and you are not sure what to do? Have you considered doing Pilates?

https://louisianapain.com/can-pilates-help-prevent-back-pain/
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Bulging Disk vs. Herniated Disk: What’s the difference? Find out now from the Louisiana Pain Specialists.

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Chronic Hip Pain- A variety of problems can cause hip pain. Find out more from the Louisiana Pain Specialists.

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More than 3 million sufferers of Herniated Disc are treated annually in the United States. What are some of the causes of a herniated disc?
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When in chronic pain, it may seem impossible to stretch, but proper stretching exercises are far more beneficial than you think. Find out more now..

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https://louisianapain.com/does-stretching-help-with-chronic-pain/
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The old adage is, when your feet hurt, your whole body will begin to hurt. Does a problem with your feet cause back pain?
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What is Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG)?
Abbott offers the first and only neurostimulation device designed for dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation. By stimulating the DRG, a spinal structure densely populated with sensory nerves that transmit information to the brain via the spinal cord, Abbott’s system delivers a form of spinal stimulation that gives physicians the ability to treat the specific areas of the body where pain occurs. For patients with neuropathic chronic intractable pain associated with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) – conditions under-served by traditional SCS –stimulation of the DRG can provide pain relief when previous treatment options have not provided adequate pain relief.

What is BurstDR therapy?
Abbott BurstDR™ stimulation is a physician-designed form of spinal cord stimulation (SCS) clinically proven to provide superior outcomes for patients with chronic pain over traditional SCS therapy. BurstDR stimulation was designed to reduce patients’ overall pain and suffering as measured by patients who reported their responses to therapy with BurstDR stimulation through visual analogue scale (VAS) scoring.

How does BurstDR stimulation differ from Abbott’s DRG stimulation, and which patients are appropriate for each therapy?
BurstDR stimulation is most often appropriate for patients suffering from a wide variety of chronic pain impacting their arms, legs, and back, or chronic pain resulting from Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS). For most chronic pain patients, BurstDR stimulation will be an ideal choice for pain relief.

However patients suffer from CRPS often have specific or isolated pain in one area of the body. These patients have traditionally not responded to SCS therapy but can have improved outcomes with DRG stimulation.

Patients should talk to their physicians about whether BurstDR stimulation or DRG stimulation is more ideal for their specific pain condition.

Here at Louisiana Pain Specialists, we are proud to announce that we offer both innovative therapies for our patients and are a leading provider of these therapies nation wide. These therapies are offered at our five locations across the Greater New Orleans area.
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When you have a 9 to 5 job where you’re constantly sitting at a desk, chronic pain can really set in. Pain pills can cause drowsiness and brain fog in some instances. It’s difficult to do your job properly when you’re not alert and on task. What is the best way to deal with chronic pain and a desk job?
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