When it comes to your healthcare, knowing your options is important. That's why we've put together some information we think you'll find useful, all with the goal of helping you make the right decisions.
With SCS, there are numerous imaging options available to meet your needs. While you may need a medical image in your future, it will not treat your pain. Remember, the number one goal of SCS is to provide effective pain relief.
Professor of Radiology at Stanford, a fellow of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
Director of Interventional Pain Service, and Assistant Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School
Dr. Gold has provided an overview of some of the more commonly used medical imaging technologies.
All SCS systems have varying limitations and conditions related to MRI scans.
MR Conditional is an item with demonstrated safety in the MR environment within defined conditions.1
Talk to your doctor to find out which system is right for you.
Allows for MRI scans of the full body for patients who meet the eligibility requirements
Allows for MRI scans of the head for patients who meet the eligibility requirements
Dr. Gold and Dr. Simopoulis provide easy answers to some complicated concerns.
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