The Path to Pain Relief.

1. Take the First Step.

Talk to a pain management specialist about your individual situation to determine if spinal cord stimulation might be right for you.

The Path to Pain Relief.

1. Take the First Step.

Talk to a pain management specialist about your individual situation to determine if spinal cord stimulation might be right for you.

2. Try SCS.

One of the advantages of SCS is that you get a chance to try it and see how you like it. Commonly called a trial, this phase includes an outpatient procedure to place a lead along the spinal column. The lead is attached to a temporary stimulator worn outside the body. The trial usually lasts about a week and allows you to experience:

  • How well the therapy helps to relieve your pain.
  • How SCS feels.
  • How spinal cord stimulation would fit into your daily life.

At the end of the trial, you and your doctor will discuss if moving to long-term therapy is right for you.

The Path to Pain Relief.

2. Try SCS.

One of the advantages of SCS is that you get a chance to try it and see how you like it. Commonly called a trial, this phase includes an outpatient procedure to place a lead along the spinal column. The lead is attached to a temporary stimulator worn outside the body. The trial usually lasts about a week and allows you to experience:

  • How well the therapy helps to relieve your pain.
  • How SCS feels.
  • How spinal cord stimulation would fit into your daily life.

At the end of the trial, you and your doctor will discuss if moving to long-term therapy is right for you.

3. Choose SCS.

If your trial is successful, you may choose to proceed with long-term therapy with an SCS system. The next step is to move on to an implanted system designed to provide ongoing pain relief therapy.

The Path to Pain Relief.

3. Choose SCS.

If your trial is successful, you may choose to proceed with long-term therapy with an SCS system. The next step is to move on to an implanted system designed to provide ongoing pain relief therapy.

4. Get Back to Life.

After the procedure, you and your doctor will work together to fine-tune settings for your therapy. Your system will also include a small, pocket-sized device that you can use to adjust your stimulation. Now you can use your SCS system to manage your pain so you can return to the daily activities you enjoy.

Click Here to learn more about how SCS can help you on your path to pain relief.

The Path to Pain Relief.

4. Get Back to Life.

After the procedure, you and your doctor will work together to fine-tune settings for your therapy. Your system will also include a small, pocket-sized device that you can use to adjust your stimulation. Now you can use your SCS system to manage your pain so you can return to the daily activities you enjoy.

Click Here to learn more about how SCS can help you on your path to pain relief.