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Drs. Stacey and Sibell Discuss electronic spinal cord treatment in L.A. Times

Brett Stacey, MD, Professor, & David Sibell, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine, were interviewed  in an L.A. Times article on the use of electronic pulse treatment to help fight pain. The article explains how wires implanted in the spinal cord can deliver electronic pulses that eliminate pain in up to three-fourth of patients. Thus, for certain kinds of debilitating pain, many doctors and patients turn to technology instead of pharmacology — electronic devices that confuse the pain signal before you even feel it.

Read the article in the L.A. Times

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