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open-access-imgOpen AccessPeripherally Induced Reconditioning of the Central Nervous System: A Proposed Mechanistic Theory for Sustained Relief of Chronic Pain with Percutaneous Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
Author(s)
Timothy R. Deer,
Sam Eldabe,
Steven M. Falowski,
Marc A. Huntoon,
Peter S. Staats,
Isaac R. Cassar,
Nathan D. Crosby,
Joseph W. Boggs
Publication year2021
Publication title
journal of pain research
Resource typeJournals
PublisherDove Medical Press
Subject(s)alternative medicine , anatomy , anesthesia , biology , central nervous system , chronic pain , medicine , neuroscience , occipital nerve stimulation , pain relief , pathology , percutaneous , peripheral , peripheral nerve , peripheral nerve stimulation , peripheral nervous system , physical therapy , stimulation , surgery
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank0.888
H-Index49
ISSN1178-7090
DOI10.2147/jpr.s297091

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