Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation (DRG) is used for difficult-to-treat chronic pain for patients with:
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS/RSD)
- Isolated chronic pain that could occur in the hip, knee, foot, or groin following an injury or surgical procedure and grow worse over time.
Dr. Scott Taylor was one of the first five physicians in Indiana trained to perform this highly effective new outpatient therapy. DRG therapy has been used in Europe and Australia for several years and was recently approved in the United States by the FDA.
This unique neurostimulation stimulates the dorsal root ganglion—a cluster of nerve cells in the spine, also called the DRG—that directly targets the area of the body where your pain occurs.