All Press Releases for May 29, 2014

Atlanta Pain Management Center, ASAP, Explains How Spinal Cord Stimulation Can Protect Against Parkinson's Symptoms

This spine, back and neck pain specialist in Atlanta helps their patients live active, healthy lives free from the debilitating effects of chronic pain.

    ATLANTA, GA, May 29, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Parkinson's disease is a progressive neurological disorder that affects one in 500 Americans. Parkinson's disease is the result of neural degeneration. Dopamine-producing neurons die out, leaving a patient with compromised muscle control and movement.

ASAP cites a recent study that links the stimulation of the spinal cord with the alleviation of the symptoms of Parkinson's disease in lab rats. By applying electrical stimulation in the dorsal column of the spinal cord for 30 minutes at a time twice a week for six weeks, researchers noted a marked improvement in the rats' motor skills. This treatment was also found to improve the survival of affected neurons. This is a significant step in the treatment and prevention of a debilitating disease.

As a trusted Atlanta pain management clinic, ASAP helps hundreds of area residents live productive and pain-free lives. Whether you're suffering from pain after an injury or pain caused by a chronic disease, the experienced pain management specialists at ASAP can help.

"Treating and managing chronic pain not only improves a patient's overall health but also gives them control over their life and enhances their enjoyment of it," says Carroll D. Cooper, MD. "By using state-of-the-art diagnostic technology and personalized treatment plans, we help our patients embrace an active and healthy lifestyle that is sustainable over the long term."

If you need guidance and assistance with spine, neck and back pain management, consult the pain specialists at ASAP. Their extensive knowledge and experience is your best chance of living a healthy, active and pain-free life. For more information, please visit

About Atlanta Spine and Alternative Pain Management Center:

Atlanta Spine and Alternative Pain Management Center (ASAP) is a holistic pain management practice focused on promoting healthy, active lifestyles for their patients. Their goal is to aggressively diagnose conditions to give each patient a personalized treatment plan to enhance their quality of life.

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Atlanta, GA
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