Resources and Support

Neurostimulation Therapy Resources and Support

While your best source of support is your medical team, our neurostimulation therapy resources can help you better understand what having a neurostimulation system can involve.

Explore our resources below, or request more information by contacting us. You can also sign up to receive the latest information about dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation and spinal cord stimulation (SCS) from Abbott.

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Device ID card

If you have a neurostimulator, you will receive a patient ID card that you can show at airport security checkpoints and any time you need medical help. It is important for you to update us about changes in your personal information for your ID card.

Learn more about your device ID card.

Safety and use

Find safety information and product advisories for Abbott neurostimulation systems.

See information about safety and use.

Guides and brochures

Find guidance and information about neurostimulation therapy.

Access our guides and brochures.

Replacement Equipment

If you require the replacement of external parts of your system, please contact Abbott (formerly St. Jude Medical) Technical Services at 1-800-727-7846 (Option 3) to see if your equipment is covered under warranty.

If your equipment is not covered by warranty, the Technical Services staff will give you the option of having Continuum Services facilitate your equipment replacement. Non-warranty replacement equipment requires a signed prescription. Continuum Services will work with the patient, the authorized prescriber, and the insurance company to get the prescription and arrange for insurance billing. For more information, visit Continuum Services or call 877-217-1485. Email inquiries may also be sent to

Videos and media

Watch videos and animations about managing chronic pain and the experiences of other patients.

Browse our videos and media.

Frequently asked questions

See frequently asked questions about neurostimulation.

Explore our frequently asked questions.


Use our glossary for reference about medical and other terms related to chronic pain.

Access our glossary.