If your current treatment is not effectively managing your pain contact us to discuss your options.

Restorative Neurostimulation Therapy

A NEW restorative neurostimulation therapy for mechanical chronic low back pain may be right for you.

In most cases, low back pain starts as a simple strain or sprain injury in one of the spine joints. To avoid pain, the brain automatically tries to limit activation of muscles that stabilise the painful joint. If not resolved, this can evolve into a continuing cycle of pain, poor muscle activation and eventually muscle weakness.

Studies show that reactivation and restoration of these muscles is an important step in breaking the cycle of chronic low back pain and preventing future episodes. Stimulation of the muscles through a small implantable electronic device delivers a daily therapy that reactivates the key stabilising muscles of the lower back and, over time, reduces pain.

To arrange a consultation about a new restorative therapy for lower back pain, book a consultation below with one of QPain’s pain management specialists:

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  • Initial consult – ensure you have a Doctor’s referral to receive the Medicare subsidy – you can choose to forward the referral ahead of time or bring it with you
  • Patient forms – you will need to complete and return via email, mail or fax our Patient Registration and Patient Pain and Medical Questionnaire forms prior to your appointment
  • Medical records/history – we ask that you bring records of any relevant medical history, including x-rays or scans, with you to your appointment
  • Having a procedure? – any appointment where a procedure requiring an anaesthetic is to be performed will require you to be collected by someone as you will be unable to drive yourself home
  • Cancellations – should you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, we require 48 hours notice
  • Questions? – our friendly staff are here to answer any of your questions, please phone (07) 3391 7111

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What is chronic pain?

Sometimes identifying the cause of chronic pain can be difficult, with many potential contributing factors involved. Our experts can help.


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