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Thank you I'm going to get in contact with my doctor and the rep I have come up and have them check it ,thank you very much keep you posted.

Started by: Amerciancancersociety 85 Views 3 Replies Last reply: by Amerciancancersociety

pain stimulator does it work or mot

Hi, Findingmoore. I am going to be getting the trial stimulator in June and I am wondering if you had to have another device implanted for the shoulder or if you just needed new wires/leads added for...

Started by: dlh1454 67 Views 8 Replies Last reply: by Quintsmom

SCS and age

I had my original implanted in 2005 and had a replacement in 2014, but only because I had 2 more wires added to help with a damaged shoulder I had after a car accident. I have the new remote also. T...

Started by: tatterdema 123 Views 9 Replies Last reply: by Findingmoore

Unsuccessful SCS Implant Experiences?

Hi from Corpus Christi Texas. I am 9 months out from scs implant. I had no relief from beginning, Felt tingling in areas not any where near back . Actually got a little help with hip area. Now tech ...

Started by: nopainrelief 67 Views 5 Replies Last reply: by Kathyw

Incision site swelling

Posted by alroogy59 (1 posts) Jul 25, 2018 4:44 PM yes my wife also suffer from sore hip after 3months of SCS Boston we saw the doctor but he does not want to admit it is from the SCS which causing...

Started by: autocrosserdan 42 Views 5 Replies Last reply: by alroogy59

Pain SCS site

Posted by alroogy59 (1 posts) Jul 25, 2018 4:44 PM yes my wife also suffer from sore hip after 3months of SCS Boston we saw the doctor but he does not want to admit it is from the SCS which causing...

Started by: pixpuf 49 Views 5 Replies Last reply: by alroogy59

Trial scs

Initially, for the first month after the permanent placement I had little or no pain. However, pain again crept in. The representative adjusted the settings, which helped. Now, some months later, I...

Started by: grizzly65 192 Views 19 Replies Last reply: by Beto

Advice for a successful trial

Yes, the pain will still be lying underneath, but having the ability to change the sensation has allowed me to greatly improve my life from that of being a couch potato for most of the day,...

Started by: jminyard 48 Views 4 Replies Last reply: by flygal

Going in for SCS revision

Hi i have a medtronic stimulator, and it's time to have changed out. I'm thinking of going with Boston Scientific. Has anyone gone from one company to another. And how satisfied are you with Bss. Than...

Started by: lkk 64 Views 4 Replies Last reply: by Tootkesjb

Charging IPG

I know of several people who either can't seem to get full charge, or lose a bar overnight. One way I deal with this is charging 2 days in a row. I get full bars, and the charge seems to last longer. ...

Started by: flygal 20 Views 1 Replies Last reply: by flygal
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