Finding proper treatment for chronic pain sufferers is a challenge. The recent opioid crisis has proven that pharmaceuticals aren’t an option for long-term pain management and there are few therapies that prove successful.
P. Brendon Lundberg, a former chronic pain sufferer, has taken a technology-driven approach to treating chronic pain. While many in the pain management industry treat the tissues surrounding the pain, he understands that pain is a phenomenon of the brain and has started treatment there.
He along with David Farley, MD, a Harvard-MIT trained physician, has developed technology that acts as an artificial nerve, sending signals to the brain to relax. The result is pain relief that lasts several weeks, months, and sometimes, indefinitely.
Listen as P. Brendon Lundberg joins Dr. Holly Lucille to discuss how to use this new technology to treat chronic pain.