Neuropathic & Chronic Intractable Pain Treatment with the Xavant Stimpod NMS460

Have neuropathic pain? Chronic intractable pain? Tried conventional methods without any luck? Well the Xavant Stimpod NMS460 could help you. Here is a little background information on the company that created the device, how the device works, and the conditions it can treat.

Xvant Technology developed Xavan Stimpod NMS460. The company is based in South Africa and specializes in Neuromuscular stimulation, Neuromodulation, and Accelerometry. They created the Stimpod NMS460 because conventional methods (corticosteroids, opiate pain relievers, injections, etc.) for pain management were not working and sometimes caused unwanted side effects. The device was approved by the FDA in 2017.

Xavan Stimpod NMS460 is primarily used to treat neuropathic and chronic pain. It can also assist in treating and managing post-surgical pain, post traumatic acute pain, and pain experienced during the rehabilitation process. The device is non-invasive and the probe is applied transcutaneously to the affected nerve. The device uses a hybrid pulsed radio frequency (PRF) waveform, which creates an electromagnetic field. The electromagnetic effects, when applied to the affected nerve, cause cellular metabolic activity to occur. This activity changes the characteristics of the nerve, allowing the nerve to recover back to its normal function. The following link demonstrates how the device works:

Xavan Stimpod NMS460 DeviceSome conditions that the device has been proven to help are listed below, but you should consult with your doctor first to determine if this is something that could potentially help you:

  • Migraines
  • Bell’s palsy
  • Diabetic neuropathy
  • Sciatica
  • CSPS
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Tennis & golfer’s elbow

Patients who are treated with the device have their progress measured by the intensity of the stimulus needed to elicit a fasciculation for motor nerves and/or a comfortable sensation for sensory nerves. As the nerves recover, the intensity of the stimulus will be less to maintain a comfortable sensation or cause a fasciculation. It’s been reported that patients can see complete pain relief in as little as three visits, but the results can vary depending on the patient and condition.

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