Be sure to discuss with your physician all the risks involved with the Neuravive treatment. In general, the side effects of the Neuravive treatment are minimal, but as with any medical procedure, there are risks.
For additional information on the Neuravive treatment, including important warnings, precautions, risks, potential side effects, and contraindications for you to know when considering this treatment with your physician, please refer to the RISK INFORMATION – CLICK HERE.
For information on what you may expect to experience in the treatment, should you and your physician elect to proceed with Neuravive for you, please see CLICK HERE.
Neuravive is available by physician prescription only.
Short term risks may occur on the day of treatment up to 3-months post-treatment.
The most common potential risks are transient numbness and tingling. These sensations are typically mild to moderate in intensity and can last as briefly as the length of the sonication or up to several days. Headaches or head pain during sonication and imbalance or unsteady were other potential risks, but most often ended shortly after treatment.
Nausea/Vomiting were also reported in some instances. It is unclear if this is related to medications used during the treatment or the procedure itself.
You may experience bruising in the area of the iv catheter following the procedure similar to that experienced after blood draws. Any bruising should resolve on its own within a week.
Long term risks may occur longer than 3 months following treatment.
Infrequent complications that have been reported following the Neuravive treatment include long-term numbness and tinging as well as, if (unintended) brain tissue is damaged, there may be muscle weakness, numbness or sensory loss that may be permanent.
There is the possibility that your tremor may return some months or years after treatment.
Temporary or permanent muscle weakness, gait disturbances or sensory effects (tingling, numbness) in your fingers or elsewhere in your body.
This procedure does not treat the underlying disease nor prevent the exacerbation or progression of the disease.
If you experience a blood clot after the procedure that is not treated quickly, you may have long term related complications, such as muscle, heart, brain or lung damage.