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Hi. I had a new patient in last week with sciatica that had come on two days prior to furst treatment. History of patient is a protuding disc in the lumber, no sciatic pain previously. After two treatments last week the patient has reported back with no pain at all and is extremely happy (no more constipation too). However, over the weekend she was taken into hospital with suspected gall bladder pain but that has since gone (she thinks it could have been excrutiating wind) but now patient reports of itchy skin around the lower back area where I treated her. Could there be a link to the healing after treatment? 

 

Thank you in advance

Susie

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First of all,
great job done by eliminating sciatica pain! The InterX is very effective for such condition, I have many examples from my practice. if the patient seeks a non-pharmaceutical way to manage sciatica, he/she should seriously consider interactive neurostimulation. just recently I discharged a patient, she is now completely pain free after 9 months of debilitating sciatica. She was suggested a surgical intervention, however, was not keen on such a drastic approach. The patient had with me a course of four weekly treatments followed by two weeks break. on the fourth session she reported no sciatica pain, she had no further pain during two weeks break and only one episode of aggravation at her appointment day. I gave another two weekly sessions and another two weeks break. Her pain completely resolved after session 1 of the second course of treatments.

Now, back to itchiness, it is possible that InterX stimulation can bring itchiness following the treatment. Do not get scared about it. When a patient takes any pharmaceuticals (typically pain killers), then the substance partially excreting through the kidneys and partially through the skin. Any electrical stimulation can create an allergic reaction to that substance at the surface of the skin while it released. Itchiness normally settles in few days.

please report if otherwise.

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Thank you! Yes it had settled.

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