Image: Left had Laceration (left); Brachial Plexus Peripheral Nerve Stimulator (Right)

Case Description: 22year old, male, involved in a work- related injury, presented with laceration of fingers. He underwent surgical correction of the lacerated tendons. A temporary (60 day) brachial plexus peripheral nerve stimulator was implanted 4 weeks post-surgery, to address inadequate pain relief and to encourage physical and occupational therapy.

Author: Arun Kalava MD, FASA, EDRA

Affiliation: University of Central Florida College of Medicine


Posted on

December 13, 2021