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Pelvic Pain

The No.1 Pelvic Pain Specialists

Most people – especially women – have experienced pelvic pain, which can have different causes. But if your hip or pelvic pain lasts for over 6 months, you might be suffering from Chronic Pelvic Pain (CPP). If that’s your case, one of our board-certified pelvic pain specialists can help you improve your quality of life.

Your doctor needs to comprehend your medical history and may require you to take different tests.

Possible causes include fibromyalgia, hernia, ovarian cysts. Sometimes, the pain persists after treating the main cause.

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Facts About Pelvic Pain

Men and women
Chronic pelvic pain can affect both men and women. In both cases, the root cause might be in the reproductive organs.

Related conditions
Kidney stones, overactive bladder, prolapse, chronic prostatitis, and interstitial cystitis are other conditions that can cause CPP.

Besides chronic pain, you may feel constipation, painful bowel movements, and alterations in urination frequency, among other symptoms.

Treating Pelvic Pain With Spinal Cord Stimulation

Each patient’s case is different, and so is the diagnosis. Depending on your case, your pelvic pain specialist will develop a treatment plan for you. One of the procedures your doctor might recommend is spinal cord stimulation, which consists of implanting a device under the skin masking pain signals.

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Important Facts About Spinal Cord Stimulation

How it works

This procedure doesn’t eradicate the pain. It masks it, changing the way the brain perceives it.

Pain control

You can control electric pulses using a remote control. You can also turn the device on and off.


Studies show that spinal cord stimulation is effective for treating chronic pain.

FAQ About Spinal Cord Stimulation

Does SCS eliminate all the pain?

People have different reactions to SCS. Nevertheless, most patients experience a significant decrease in pelvic nerve pain.

Can I try the system before the procedure?

Usually, there’s a trial before the procedure. After the trial, you can decide if this treatment is good for you.

How does the doctor perform the spinal cord procedure?

A pelvic pain specialist performs this procedure using a needle or through minimally invasive surgery. They implant the device under the skin, usually above the gluteus or in the abdomen.

Can I go back to my normal life after the procedure?

SCS can dramatically improve your ability to move and reduce the pain. However, you should limit your activities for the next few weeks after the procedure.

How effective is spinal cord stimulation for pelvic pain?

According to studies, spinal cord stimulation helps alleviate pain conditions like pelvic pain, abdominal pain, and others by over 50%.

How does a spinal cord stimulator actually work?

A spinal cord stimulator is a very small device, similar to a pacemaker. A pain doctor implants it under the skin, commonly in the abdomen or the back.

This device has thin wires called electrodes. The doctor inserts them between the spinal cord and the vertebrae. Once they locate them in place, the spinal cord stimulator delivers electrical signals that produce a difference in the way your brain feels pain.

Do I qualify for spinal cord stimulation if I suffer from pelvic pain?

You should visit a pain specialist so they can determine f you qualify for the treatment.

Usually, pelvic pain doctors perform SCS on patients with severe pain who have already tried other treatments without success.

Where to Find Us

Our PA and NJ pain management clinics are fully prepared to help you recover your health and improve your quality of life.


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