Guideline backs use of nerve stimulation for diabetic neuropathy

12/30/2009 | ABC News

The American Academy of Neurology has released a guideline saying that transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation does not benefit patients with chronic low back pain but could help ease the pain of those suffering from diabetic neuropathy. The guideline is based on the analysis of five studies on the procedure.

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