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Wii technology treats chronic pain

YankeeYankee Posts: 108
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:49 AM in Spinal Cord Stimulation
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  • Unfortunately, I had to remove the link that you put up. The technology that you are referencing is the next generation of Spinal Cord Stimulators. Medtronic is coming out with this device and they are currently in trials. I talked to my doctor earlier this year about participating in the trial, but there weren't any facilities near me that were participating. My guess is this will be available in about another year or so in the US. This particular stimulator is useful to people like me that are very positional because of lead placement and have to change programs regularly throughout the day depending upon what position I am in. I change programs 30+ times a day. It's probably over kill for some patients, but I am stoked about this.

    Dave
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