A revolutionary, no risk,


non-invasive treatment for pain

Step One

The patient reclines comfortably in
the treatment chair, awake and alert

Step Two

A small curved device containing the
magnetic coil rests lightly on the patient’s head

Step Three

The device delivers focused magnetic stimulation
directly to the target areas of the brain

Step Four

The patient can immediately resume normal activities

What is PainWave?


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PainWave is an FDA-approved, revolutionary method that uses Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) technology to target areas of the brain that affect how the nervous system responds to pain, and works toward reversing pain. Many times a patient’s pain is initially treatable, but after an extended period can become unmanageable and overbearing. PainWave technology can be used to slowly reverse the neuropathic pain condition, non-invasively to rejuvenate the mind and free the patient from pain, medications, and even depression.

PainWave aims to treat neuropathic pain conditions, providing patients an answer to chronic, long-term pain.

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How does it work?

During the first visit, a thorough review of the pain conditions is assessed in order to develop a good diagnostic realization of the pain syndrome. Then, with PainWave therapy, magnetic resonance is used to change the neurochemistry that was once affected. An electromagnet about the size of your hand uses a magnetic energy, much like an MRI, to reverse the neurochemical changes that can be caused at the initial onset of an injury.

In the initial visit, the patient will sit in a comfortable chair. While the patient is awake and alert, an electromagnetic coil that rests within a small curved device will begin to stimulate the patient’s head on one side, focusing the magnetic energy into the brain to begin to reverse the neurochemicals causing pain conditions. A patient can immediately resume normal activities following a treatment, which takes just over an hour to complete. PainWave is a completely non-invasive, non-medical technology. Follow-up sessions are brief, lasting 37 minutes on average.

PainWave Therapy is FDA approved to treat depression, and does so without the use of medication. Over the course of two months of therapy, patients not only experience less pain, but may also notice the reversal of previously existing symptoms of depression.

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At the Dallas Pain Relief Institute, Dr. Rodriguez will begin by attempting to treat patients conservatively. Depending on the patient and the symptoms, conservative treatments may fail, paving the way for PainWave Therapy to help alleviate pain and begin the recovery process. Every patient has a unique pain condition, and Dr. Rodriguez’s goal is to make sure that he treats each person, not just the disease. Below are just a few of the common sources of pain that PainWave can help eliminate.

Who developed PainWave?

Dr. Rodriguez is a fellowship-trained interventional pain physician and anesthesiologist. He received his medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center and completed his residency at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Rodriguez is dedicated to the eradication of pain and continued his training in pain management at Mayo Clinic, which is ranked among the best in pain management in the U.S. according to the U.S. News & World Report.

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How can I get PainWave?

Insurance and Billing
We accept most major insurance plans for PainWave Therapy. However, we advise you to check with your insurance company regarding specific coverage and any precertification required by your insurance company. Our staff will help facilitate submission of all patient insurance claims.

Financing Your Procedure
If you choose to finance your procedure, we offer several options through our loan processing partner, MedLoan. With a dedicated network of lenders for both secured and unsecured loans, as well as highly trained and experienced agents, MedLoan is committed to finding you the best loan available with the most competitive rates.

To apply for a loan through MedLoan, call them toll-free at 1-800-504-4053.


The Pain Relief Institute
5944 Parker Road
Plano, TX 75093
phone:
fax: 214.292.9329