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Michelle Strydom
Michelle Strydom
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Joined: Nov 17, 2022
Last seen: Oct 21, 2023
Topics: 1 / Replies: 22
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RE: Treating Parkinson’s disease with the Stimpod

Hi Cathy!For Parkinson’s they stimulate (via implanted electrodes) the subthalamic nucleus, which is a structure deep inside the brain. I don’t know i…

5 months ago
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RE: Sciatica – Patient 46yrs

Hi Annemie You can definitely stimulate the sciatic nerve. An easy treatment area is at the top of the popliteal fossa. You can also treat the facet…

10 months ago
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RE: Toe on heel strike following trauma to knee and ankle!

You can stimulate on the top of the foot too. nerves-foot.png

10 months ago
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RE: Shingles treatment with the Stimpod NMS460

@Phyllis Berger can advise on when to start treatment after the onset of symptoms

10 months ago
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RE: Shingles treatment with the Stimpod NMS460

Hi Cheryl! It’s important to sterilise the probe before and afterwards. Work on the spinal supply to the area involved and avoid stimulating the les…

10 months ago
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RE: Vagus nerve stimulation for stress relief / sympathetic overload

Hi Rob! 1)You maintain the position of the probe on the cymba concha. 2)the other areas are insignificant (except for trachus, but most stick with…

11 months ago
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RE: Vagus nerve stimulation for stress relief / sympathetic overload

Hi again Dr. Greg! We stimulate the Vagus nerve through the auricular branch in the ear. The probe is placed on the Cymba Concha in the ear (see ima…

11 months ago
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RE: Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh irritation

Hi Dr Scrace. I’ve added the video below so you can see the probe placement. A good place for the electrode placement would be on the opposite t…

11 months ago
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RE: Diabetic Neuropathy

Here you go Dr. Greg Diabetic-Neuropathy-Treatment-Protocol-Stimpod-NMS460.png

1 year ago
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RE: Diabetic Neuropathy

Thanks Belinda! Dr. Greg, you would target the peroneal and tibial nerves.

1 year ago
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RE: Trigeminal Neuralgia

Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatment Protocol Trigeminal-Neuralgia-Treatment-Protocol-Stimpod-NMS460.png

1 year ago
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RE: Trigeminal Neuralgia

Hi Suzanne! It certainly does. I will share our protocol. Please follow us on Facebook and Instagram for up to date news and testimonials. Links:…

1 year ago
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RE: Treating Tinnitus

Hi Elize Here is a study that is of interest in your case. It would be beneficial to carry on with Stimpod treatment. Has his symptoms improved…

1 year ago
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RE: Treating Tinnitus

The electrode is always placed contralateral to stimulation site. For vagus nerve stimulation, you can place electrode on opposite trapezius muscle.

1 year ago
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RE: Treating Tinnitus

Not necessarily! However, there are case reports of other neurological conditions where there is an initial flare-up after the first few treatments wi…

1 year ago
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