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New Solutions for Chronic Pain!

Get your life back with the remarkable new pain relief technologies that are drug free! Our doctors can help you find the best solution for lasting relief.

What type of pain do you experience?

Back Pain After Surgery

Persistent pain after having had back surgery.

Learn how SCS Therapy
might be right for you.

Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy pain in feet and legs because of diabetes.

Learn how SCS Therapy
might be right for you.

Lower Back Standing

Lower back and leg pain that gets worse when standing and walking, and gets better upon sitting or leaning forward.

Learn how the Vertiflex™ Procedure
might be right for you.

Radiating Neck Pain

Neck pain that radiates into my head, shoulders, or upper back. (Often experienced after being rear ended in a car.)

Learn how Radiofrequency Ablation
might be right for you.

Lower Back Above Knee

Lower back pain that radiates into my buttocks, hip, groin, and down the leg but not below the knee.

Learn how Radiofrequency Ablation
might be right for you.

SCS™ Therapy

I suffer from…
Peripheral neuropathy pain in my feet and legs because of having diabetes.
OR
Persistent pain after having had back surgery.

The solution could be the new SCS Therapy
A proven new, drug-free technology that can be personalized to deliver the lasting relief you need
– to the specific area in your body that is hurting.

See how the Spinal Cord Stimulator changed Chad’s life

How Does SCS Work?

You feel pain when nerves send pain signals through your spinal cord to your brain. SCS is designed to interrupt these signals so you don’t perceive them as pain.

Get back to what you love doing most. Whether that means going for long walks, getting back to work, or simply being able to function more naturally around the home, many of our patients have discovered that the Spectra WaveWriter™ dramatically reduces their pain and allows them to resume their favorite activities.

Schedule an appointment today to discuss your options. Dr. Tyson and his team at Northwest Pain Management will assess your unique situation and help you determine if the Spectra WaveWriter™ is right for you.

Significant Long-Term Relief

In a major clinical study, back pain patients reported a nearly 6-point drop in pain score, even after two years.1

Worldwide Success

Tens of thousands of people across the globe look to Boston Scientific SCS therapy for long-term, drug-free, FDA-approved pain relief.

Successful Trials

More than 90% of Boston Scientific SCS trial participants reported a successful experience and opted to get the permanent implant.2

Patient Satisfaction

9 out of 10 Boston Scientific SCS patients said they were satisfied with their therapy and 95% would recommend it to others.2

Watch this video to see how the SCS drug-free therapy can provide customized relief to minimize, even eliminate your pain.

References: 1. Veizi E, Hayek SM, North J, et al. Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) with anatomically guided (3D) neural targeting shows superior chronic axial low back pain relief compared to traditional SCS—LUMINA Study. Pain Med. 2017;18(8):1534-1548. 2. Thomson SJ, Kruglov D, Duarte RV. A spinal cord stimulation service review from a single centre using a single manufacturer over a 7.5 year follow-up period. Neuromodulation. 2017;20(6):589-599. N=321

Results from clinical studies are not predictive of results in other studies. Results in other studies may vary.

The Vertiflex™ Procedure

I suffer from…
Lower back and leg pain that gets worse when I stand up and walk, and gets better when I sit down or lean forward on a shopping cart, walker, or other object.

The solution could be the new Vertiflex™ Procedure
A proven new, drug-free technology that can provide almost immediate lasting relief by taking pressure off the nerves that are causing your pain.

How Does Vertiflex™ Work?

You feel pain when nerves send pain signals through your spinal cord to your brain. Vertiflex™ is designed to interrupt these signals so you don’t perceive them as pain.

Get back to what you love doing most. Whether that means going for long walks, getting back to work, or simply being able to function more naturally around the home, many of our patients have discovered that the Vertiflex™ dramatically reduces their pain and allows them to resume their favorite activities.

If you have any of the symptoms below, the Vertiflex™ Procedure might be the best drug-free option for you. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Tyson and his team at Northwest Pain Management to find out.

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Pain while walking or standing

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Weakness in legs

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Loss of balance

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Decreased physical endurance

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Numbness or tingling in the legs, buttocks, or back

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Aching, dull back pain spreading to legs

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Tendency to sit or lean over to relieve pain

Proven Results

The minimally invasive Vertiflex Procedure is FDA approved and backed by a long-term clinical study.
Over 20,000 patients have received pain relief from the Vertiflex Procedure since FDA approval.
In the clinical study, most patients on opioids stopped using them after the Vertiflex Procedure. 1
Nine out of ten patients in the clinical study were satisfied with their pain relief and increase in physical activity.2
Watch this video to find out more about the Vertiflex Procedure.

†Superion™ Indirect Decompression System.
*Decrease in the proportion of patients using opioids compared to baseline at five years.
‡Study completers.
References: 1. Nunley PD, Deer TR, Benyamin RM, Staats PS, Block JE. Interspinous process decompression is associated with a reduction in opioid analgesia in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis. Pain Res. 2018;11:2943-2948. 2. Nunley PD, Patel VV, Orndorff DG, Lavelle WF, Block JE, Geisler FH. Five-year durability of stand-alone interspinous process decompression for lumbar spinal stenosis. Clin Interv Aging. 2017;12:1409-1417. N=88.

Results from clinical studies are not predictive of results in other studies. Results in other studies may vary.

Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

I suffer from…
Neck pain that radiates into my head, shoulders, or upper back. (This type of pain is often experienced after being rear ended in a car.)
OR
Lower back pain that radiates into my buttocks, hip, groin, and down the leg but not below the knee

The solution could be the new Radiofrequency Ablation procedure
A proven new, drug-free technology that can provide almost immediate lasting relief by disabling the nerves that are sending the pain signals.

Target the Nerve

X-ray or ultrasound imaging helps guide a special probe to the target nerve. Electrodes simulate nerves near the area to help determine the optimal treatment locations.

Disable the Nerve

The electrodes then send a small radiofrequency current into the surrounding tissue. This heats the tissue and disables the nerve so it stops sending pain signals.

Repeat for Multiple Pain Areas

Generally, one to four nerves are targeted in one procedure to maximize pain relief.

How does RFA work?

RFA is a simple, minimally invasive outpatient procedure. Dr. Tyson and his team target pain-causing nerves and use thermal energy to interrupt the pain signals at their source. Local anesthesia and a mild sedative may be used to reduce discomfort during the procedure.

Get back to what you love doing most. Whether that means going for long walks, getting back to work, or simply being able to function more naturally around the home, many of our patients have discovered that the Radiofrequency Ablation procedure dramatically reduces their pain and allows them to resume their favorite activities.

If you have any of the symptoms below, the Radiofrequency Ablation procedure might be the best drug-free option for you. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Tyson and his team at Northwest Pain Management to find out.

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Neck

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Shoulder

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Back

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Lower Back

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Hip

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Leg

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Knee

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Foot

Real-World Results

Studies show that more than 70% of patients treated with RFA experience relief – lasting anywhere from 6 to 12 months, and in some cases, years.1-3

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Experience Lasting Relief

References: 1. MacVicar J, Borowczyk JM, MacVicar AM, Loughnan BM, Bogduk N. Cervical medial branch radiofrequency neurotomy in New Zealand. Pain Med. 2012;13(5):647-654. 2. Dreyfuss P, Halbrook B, Pauza K, Joshi A, McLarty J, Bogduk N. Efficacy and validity of radiofrequency neurotomy for chronic lumbar zygapophysial joint pain. Spine. 2000;25(10):1270-1277. 3. Govind J, King W, Bailey B, Bogduk N. Radiofrequency neurotomy for the treatment of third occipital headache. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2003;74(1):88-93.

Results from clinical studies are not predictive of results in other studies. Results in other studies may vary.

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