Treatment for Chronic Pain

Neuropathy is prevalent among individuals with diabetes, impacting around 50% of patients with prolonged illnesses. The most frequent form is symmetric distal sensorimotor polyneuropathy, where pain stands out as a predominant symptom.

While painful neuropathy may exhibit some response to antidepressants, anticonvulsants, and opioid agonists, these medications frequently prove ineffective or can trigger severe adverse effects. Consequently, to effectively address this condition, there is a pressing need to explore alternative therapeutic options that are both safe and efficacious.

Invasive neurostimulation techniques have already demonstrated success in treating neuropathic pain resistant to conventional drugs. These include approaches like brain stimulation and epidural motor cortex stimulation.

Treatment for Chronic Pain

While painful neuropathy may exhibit some response to antidepressants, anticonvulsants, and opioid agonists, these medications frequently prove ineffective or can trigger severe adverse effects. Consequently, to effectively address this condition, there is a pressing need to explore alternative therapeutic options that are both safe and efficacious.

Invasive neurostimulation techniques have already demonstrated success in treating neuropathic pain resistant to conventional drugs. These include approaches like brain stimulation and epidural motor cortex stimulation.

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