Dr. Brian Blick has a pain management unit that works in an integrated and continuous way

Both electrical and pharmacological neuromodulation are ambulatory surgical procedures applied by Dr Brian Blick. The first consists of the implantation of electrodes at the level of the posterior cords of the spinal cord or on a specific peripheral nerve. The second is the implantation of a catheter over the central nervous system.
In both techniques, the pacemaker or drug reservoir sits below the subcutaneous tissue and can be remotely adjusted to find a good treatment balance for the patient. This allows individualizing it to adjust to the conditions that are presented.
Dr. Brian Blick has a unit for the treatment of pain that works in an integrated and continuous manner, with professionals trained in all areas, training abroad, and significant experience in chronic pain, which allows a comprehensive approach to each case. He also has the support and capacity of the physical and occupational therapy services accompanying patients in the rehabilitation period of each pathology addressed.

Provides many possibilities

When something hurts us, each person feels, understands, and interprets it in a personal way. We all have different pain thresholds, sensations, and pain tolerance. This individuality is one of the characteristics of this phenomenon, and it poses a challenge when finding an effective treatment.
But according to Dr. Brian Blick, it also opens up many possibilities since, with the right information and medical support, each person can find the individualized pain management method that best suits their needs. Because it is such a personal experience, no other person can fully understand another’s pain, no matter how hard they try, which makes many patients feel misunderstood.

Modifies the structure of the brain

Dr. Brian Blick works on the memory of pain since he causes our brain structure to change. We have different degrees of acceptance of pain depending on our experiences regarding injuries or episodes of pain. And it is that, apparently, the emotional changes of the person who suffers from it greatly affect pain. This explains this specialist, whether they relate to the pain or the patient’s personality or environment.