Percutaneous neuromodulation therapy for low back pain

Percutaneous neuromodulation therapy, also known as percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, is a procedure intended to relieve and manage chronic or intractable low back pain using non-implantable needles positioned in the soft tissues or muscles to stimulate peripheral sensory nerves with electricity.

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