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Neurostimulation for Chronic Knee Pain Study

Evidence has demonstrated that dorsal root ganglion stimulation can help people with knee pain from arthritis. This study applies neuroelectric medicine for the treatment of chronic knee pain.
The goal of this FDA approved study is to measure the potential benefits of this therapy in patients with severe knee pain and arthritis. 


What Defines
Chronic Knee Pain?

Knee pain can be incapacitating. Knee replacements carry inherent risks. Where do you stand?

 What is Dorsal Root
Ganglion Stimulation?

Learn more about Neuromodulation, the Dorsal Root Ganglion, and how this therapy can help

Joint Pain

Dorsal Root Ganglion
Stimulation for Chronic Knee Pain: The Study

Learn more about the specifics regarding this clinical trial and our proven success.

What other patients using DRG-S are saying

Irene F.


“Thank you for offering me this treatment. I had such a bad experience with my left knee replacement I just could not bear going through that again and continuing to have pain like I did. This stimulator improved my right knee pain so much that I wish you would put one in for my continued left knee pain after the replacement. Thank you again."

Ian J.

Retired Police Officer

“I had multiple knee surgeries and had the worst pain. It effected every aspect of my life. I became reclusive and withdrawn.

After my stimulator, I don't even think about my knee anymore.”

Robert T.

Injured Iron worker

“I had chronic pain for years. Every step I took, and every time I even moved my leg I had sharp, shooting pain. Now, I can walk my dog and take my wife shopping again. This stimulator has changed my life.”

“The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible

Winston Churchill

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