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Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain
Chronic Pain

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Assess Your       Current System

Neurostimulation therapy is continually improving. Take this short quiz to see if you are getting the most out of your current neurostimulation system.

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Request Info,
Stay Informed

Request more information about chronic pain and sign up to get periodic email updates about dorsal root ganglion stimulation and spinal cord stimulation therapy.

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Find a Chronic
Pain Specialist

Pain relief is possible. We can help you find an SCS specialist for chronic pain broadly felt in your back, arms or legs, or find a DRG specialist for chronic pain concentrated in your foot, knee, hip or groin, associated with CRPS.

Safety and use information

Safety and Use

Find important safety information for our implantable devices and systems.

About Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is pain that lasts three to six months or longer, or extends beyond an expected recovery period.

What is chronic pain?

Chronic Pain Management Options

Neurostimulation has helped many people manage chronic pain and improve their quality of life.

What is neurostimulation therapy?

Talking about your options

Getting a System

If your doctor thinks neurostimulation may be right for you, you will begin the process of getting a system.

Trying a temporary system

Receiving an implanted system

Recovering after your procedure

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Guides and Brochures

Find guides and brochures about our neurostimulation systems.

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St. Jude Medical™ Invisible Trial System

An intuitive way to try neurostimulation therapy without committing to an implanted device.

Have a question?


Find answers to your questions about neurostimulation.