What is Occipital Neuromodulator?

Category: Procedures


The occipital neuromodulator delivers electronic impulses directly to the scalp where the peripheral occipital nerves are located. By stimulating these nerves, minute electrical impulses travel in the area of the brain that perceives chronic neurological pain and alters the perception of pain.

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$25-49 1
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