Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Dorsal Root Ganglion Therapy [Interview][Transcript]

Jason_Bowling_DRG_TherapyGuest: Jason Bowling

Presenter: Neal Howard

Guest Bio: At the age of 46, a rare genetic disorder left Jason Bowling with the degenerated joints of an 80-year-old. The disorder caused such severe isolated chronic pain, known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), that he felt his only option for relief was a partial calf and foot amputation.
Then, three days prior to surgery, a partner in his podiatrist’s office learned about a new neurostimulation therapy and gained enough knowledge to call a halt to the amputation.
To combat the severe pain, Dr. Robert Heros permanently implanted Jason with a new Abbott neurostimulation device.

Segment overview: Jason Bowling talks about his diagnosis with a rare joint disease that caused severe isolated chronic pain, known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), and the new Abbott neurostimulation device designed for Dorsal Root Ganglion Therapy.

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