Spinal Cord Stimulation

The SCS system works to interrupt pain impulses before they reach the brain to help patients manage their pain. Some patients say SCS feels like a gentle fluttering sensation that replaces the pain. The medical term for this is "paresthesia". The term some would choose is relief. Learn about managing chronic pain with SCS »

Science of SCS

SCS has been around for more than 4 decades and has helped more than 400,000 people get their lives back. Learn more »

How SCS Works

SCS may sound complicated. Let us un-complicate it — here's how it works... Watch a video »

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Real Stories

These are the stories of people like you who manage their chronic pain by using an SCS System.

What to Expect

Whether you are considering SCS or are in the process of getting it, here you will find resources and information about what to expect, helping prepare you every step of the way. Learn more »

What to expect at each step

Information to help you through your journey to finding pain relief. Go »

Trying out SCS first

You can try out a SCS system first to experience it firsthand, so you and your physician can decide if it is right for you. Learn more »

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