Smallest Rechargeable IPG Available1-5 With BurstDR™ Stimulation
Designed to provide you with a better therapy experience, the Prodigy MRI™ spinal cord stimulation (SCS) system offers new BurstDR™ stimulation in a discreet, upgradeable and MR Conditional device.
Learn more about how the Prodigy MRI SCS system may benefit you and help manage your pain by requesting information from a St Jude Medical representative.
New BurstDR™ stimulation
The Prodigy MRI™ SCS system is the smallest rehcargeable IPG available1-5 with a new form of neurostimulation therapy called BurstDR stimulation.
BurstDR stimulation is different from other approaches you may have tried. When you feel chronic pain, it is because your nerves are sending pain signals to your brain. BurstDR stimulation works to reduce pain by altering the pain signals as they travel to the brain, providing potential relief from your pain, as well as the suffering* associated with the pain.1,6
BurstDR stimulation has been clinically proven to:
- Provide superior pain relief compared to traditional neurostimulation therapy1,6
- Reduce or eliminate the tingling sensation felt with traditional neurostimulation1,6
The majority of patients say they prefer BurstDR stimulation.1,2
BurstDR therapy has also been proven to improve patients’ ability to perform everyday activities.**1,2
Smallest IPG available1-5
The Prodigy MRI SCS system features the smallest implantable pulse generator (IPG) available,1-5 which may reduce recovery time from surgery.
Upgradeable technology means you will not need surgery to benefit from our next advancement in chronic pain therapy. Approved technologies are easily and painlessly delivered via software updates.
Our newest neurostimulation systems allow scanning with a wide variety of medical imaging techniques, including magnetic resonance imaging scans (MRIs).*** Learn more about MR Conditional devices.
While neurostimulation helps most patients experience at least some reduction in pain, not everyone responds in the same way. The amount of pain relief varies with each individual. Complications related to placement and/or use of the device may occur. Be sure to discuss the risks and benefits of neurostimulation with your doctor.
See important safety information.