Coastal Orthopaedics' Dr. Richard Bundschu evaluates cervical spine pain in SCS study

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Richard Bundschu, MD, was one of 12 physicians who recently published research on high-frequency spinal cord stimulation in Neurosurgery, reports the Herald-Tribune.

Dr. Bundschu is an interventional pain management specialist who practices with Bradenton, Fla.-based Coastal Orthopedics.

Researchers studied Nevro's HF10 technology — a paresthesia-independent therapy — for the treatment of neck and upper limb pain. 

The study prospectively reported pain relief, responder rates and quality of life in 45 patients with cervical spine pain.

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