New York State Medical Treatment Guidelines for Neuromodulation Therapies in workers compensation patients

The guidelines provided by the New York State Workers Compensation Board offer general principles for Neuromodulation Therapies. These directives aim to assist healthcare professionals in determining appropriate strategies for employing therapies that modulate neural activity as part of a comprehensive treatment plan.

Healthcare practitioners specializing in Neuromodulation Therapies can rely on the guidance from the Workers Compensation Board to make well-informed decisions about the most suitable approaches for utilizing these therapies in the care of their patients.

It is crucial to emphasize that these guidelines are not intended to replace clinical judgment or professional expertise. The ultimate decision regarding the use of Neuromodulation Therapies should involve collaboration between the patient and their healthcare provider.

Neuromodulation Therapies

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS)

Deep Brain Stimulation is not advised for the treatment of patients with PTSD.

Similarly, Vagal Nerve Stimulation is not recommended for the treatment of patients with PTSD.

Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation is also not recommended for the treatment of patients with PTSD.

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