Neuromodulation works by actively stimulating nerves to produce a natural biological response. It is the alteration—or modulation—of nerve activity by delivering electrical stimulation directly to a targeted area of the central nervous system.1 Neuromodulation devices may be invasive or noninvasive.
In recent years, there has been an extreme rise in illicitly produced fentanyl being mixed into other drugs such as cocaine, counterfeit prescription pills, and methamphetamines. This, coupled with the increase in drug use and isolation from the pandemic, has ...
As the opioid use disorder (OUD) patient begins the journey to recovery, creating the best and most effective continuum of care can be a matter of life or death.
Relapse rates in OUD patients post-detoxification are higher than any other drug, with 88% relapsing after 12 to 36 months.