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Brown-Sequard Syndrome anyone?
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Had an enquiry to treat this condition described as damage to one half of spinal cord resulting in pain (not paralysis in this case) -it resulted from a surgical cervical vertebrae fusion because of cervical spondylitis. Op was 2003.Patient on painkillers permanently which she feels are ineffective inc Gabapentin. I have treated pain damage with some good results resulting form injury as long as 5 years prior but this is much longer- any advice and can I recommend the InterX as a treatment with a possibility of pain reduction? I seem to be getting some very challenging enquiries so a steep learning curve here! Many thanks for any advice in advance.



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Spinal cord injury is caused by damage to parts of the spine or the spinal cord itself. Right now there no way to reverse damage to the spinal cord. Doctors use surgery to remove fluid or tissue that presses on spinal cord. After spinal cord injuries occur, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other rehabilitation interventions sometimes are required.Chronic pain can cause or worsen psychological problems such as depression, anxiety and stress. To reduce this pain you have to consult your doctor.There are so many treatments are available to manage pain and improve your quality of life.

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You did a brilliant job with CPRS, the approach would be similar. The InterX device is indicated for pain management, it is safe and has no side effects. This pain is neuropathic by nature therefore you need utilise the approach for neuropathic pain management. Start with six trigeminal points, cranio-therapy with the comb accessory, treat the general zones with the aim to de-sensitise and eventually 12 neuropathic points protocol. Please report any changes, best if you email me and I will guide you in this process.

I agree with the comment above, you need to work together with the patient physician and the team of rehabilitation therapists.

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Hello to all,

 Where do I find this 12 neuropathic points protocol? I guess the same applies to some of the points others discuss on the forum.

Thanks

Jorge



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