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Read stories of patients with chronic pain and how neurostimulation therapy helped them.
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Kam discusses how, after suffering groin pain for 15 years, dorsal root ganglion therapy provided chronic pain relief and helped her live life again.
An avid outdoorsman, Jeff embraces an active life again after a trial and permanent spinal cord stimulation system helps relieve incapacitating pain.
Learn how the body senses pain and how a neurostimulation system works to help manage chronic pain.
Learn about BurstDR™ stimulation, a new medical technology for neuromodulation, that may help people with chronic pain broadly felt in the arms, legs, and/or back find relief.
After living with chronic pain since she was a teenager, Marie gets back to her active life—and gets her old self back—with BurstDR™ stimulation.
Josh, after exhausting other options, finds immediate pain relief, and renewed joy as a husband, dad and friend, with spinal cord stimulation.
Jenifer and her doctor share her experience with chronic pain and how dorsal root ganglion therapy helped her find relief and get her life back.
Real estate broker Sam, who has degenerative disk disease, gets back to work and life with his BurstDR™ stimulation-enabled spinal cord stimulation system.
Functional neurosurgeon Steven Falowski, M.D., discusses how he used targeted DRG stimulation to help manage his patient Kam’s focal pain condition, helping her change the way she views her life and future.
Ann talks about how spinal cord stimulation helped her get her life—and her laugh—back after being virtually homebound for two years due to chronic leg pain.