Bad back? Nerve stimulation won't help
A popular pain-relief treatment that uses electricity to stimulate nerves isn't likely to benefit the millions of Americans who live with chronic low back pain and shouldn't be recommended for that purpose, new guidelines say.
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#1 Jan 7, 2010
I have back pain but when I first heard of this using electricity to stimulate nerves I thought that it sounded like something that would work while they were dong it then pain would come right back. Looks like KU says the same :)
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