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  • Hi Everyone its nice to see some post that don't blast SCS
    Mine saved my life. My implant was done 19 months ago, I missed out on the lastest one that helps wth position. If I set it to lay on my side and then roll over on my back its like a major electrical shock. This is also
    Why its suggested to turn it off while driving as a bumb in the road can send a jolt. I did the test for lumbar and cervical and wanted both but I have to much scar tissue in the cervical area to have the leads premanatly
    Installed until I need another cervical surgery. My lumbar unit covers me from the waist down real well except for one ankle. They are talking about a sepeate unit now just for that ankle. Has anyone had this done?

    I am looking forward to the comments on the new version. In about 5 years I could get the update but no telling what tech will be availible then.
    My PM doc did the test with leads then my surgyn did the install with a paddle which is much more involved then just using the leads, but they say the paddles are much better and less chance for migration.

    I am up to any thoughts, experience or questions from anyone.
    Rickilalas
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