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The bottom-up approach: Non-invasive peripheral neurostimulation methods to treat migraine: A scoping review from the child neurologist's perspective
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The PNS method treats numerous pain conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, foot pain, headache disorders, including episodic cluster headache, chronic migraine, occipital neuralgia ilioinguinal neuralgia, intercostal neuralgia, lateral femoral cutaneous neuropathy, low back pain, neck pain, pain following hernia surgery or knee surgery painful nerve injuries peripheral vascular disease neuropathy post-amputation, pain or phantom limb pain postherpetic neuralgia, post-thoracotomy syndrome, and trigeminal neuralgia.
2 weeks 5 days
Very interesting because treatments for children have often been ineffective. It is frustrating that in the US, coverage for all of these interventions are usually denied by insurers even though they show efficacy with little of no risk.
It is good that we have more options for children.