Spinal Cord Stimulator


 

Spinal Cord Stimulator Trials

If our team of experienced medical professionals concludes that spinal cord stimulation could potentially alleviate your pain, we will begin with an initial trial before making any final decisions pertaining to surgical implantation. During this trial period, a spinal cord stimulator device will be implanted near the spinal canal, and an external transmitter will send electrical pulses to contacts surrounding the spinal cord. Most trial periods last between 5 and 7 days. If, after this time period, it is determined that spinal cord stimulation is an appropriate and effective treatment, surgical implantation will be considered. During the trial period, patients will be asked to document any noticeable decrease in pain levels. If pain levels decrease drastically, the trial will be considered successful.

why choose us
  • Meet The Doctor


    Dr. Gatz

    Pain Management Specialist

     

    Dr. Gatz has been practicing Pain Medicine for nearly 2 decades. He began his medical education by earning his Bachelors in Arts from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska in 1991. He then went on to earn his Doctor of Medicine degree from University of Nebraska College of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska in1993.

    After completing his internship at Creighton University Medical Center, in 1994, Dr. Gatz completed his Anesthesiology residency at Kansas University Medical Center and his Anesthesiology and Pain Management fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina, in 1998.

    Why Choose Our Clinic


    The American Interventional Pain Institute uses a patient centered approach to develop an appropriate treatment plan to help each patient overcome their pain.


    • State-of-the-art Digital Imaging System

    • On-site Procedure Rooms

    • High Quality Pain Diagnosis

    • Non-surgical and Surgical Care Customized to Your Needs

    • Nearly 2 decades of Pain Management Experience

    • Individually Tailored Pain Management Treatment

    • Fellowship Trained and Board Certified in Pain Management

    • Results Oriented Treatment

    • Fellowship Trained and Board Certified in Anesthesia

    • South Florida’s Dedicated Full-service Pain Management Clinic

     

Location
American Interventional Pain Institute
4897 Jog Rd., Suite A
Greenacres, FL 33467
Phone: 561-292-0366
Fax: 561-434-9174
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