Back or limb pain

It’s indicated for patients suffering neuropathic pain which does not respond to medication.



  • Failed back surgery syndrome (patients subjected to back surgery who present permanent back and/or limb pain resistant to medication)
  • Avulsion of the brachial plexus
  • Neuropathic limb pain without previous surgery
  • Phantom limb
  • Peripheral vasculopathy (diabetes, generally)
  • Refractory angina pectoris (in spite of not being an extremity, the surgical procedure is the same as for other pathologies in this group)
  • Herpes zoster



  • Cervical spinal cord stimulation
  • Lumbar spinal cord stimulation
  • Peripheral lumbar nerve stimulation
  • Dorsal root ganglion stimulation
  • Motor cortex stimulation
  • Intrathecal morphine pump
  • Lumbar or cervical radiofrequency