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    TRULY GROUNDBREAKING - Researchers Make Their Case For Use Of Electical Pacemaker For

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    that is awesome but why so long in gettoing here I wonder

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    Great but still nothing for chronic lumbar injury patients

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    FPF, it's hinted that this procedure has been available in the UK for years but slightly different... Is it not well known over there?
    "That's not smog! It's SMUG!! " - randy marsh, southpark

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    FPF, it's hinted that this procedure has been available in the UK for years but slightly different... Is it not well known over there?
    There are some Brits that have had the previous version of this procedure (which did involve some of the nerves [rhizotomy of dorsal root] being cut) in the UK by Prof Mike Craggs at UCL. You can look at Mike's publication history here. https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/p...7&openTabNum=2 and you might also like to read this https://www.hindawi.com/journals/au/2011/709708/

    I don't personally know any Brits that have had the procedure so cannot comment on it. Maybe they will pipe up here if asked?

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