The Treatment
Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS)
How it Works

First, a small incision is made on the lower back. A tiny device called a pulse generator, similar to a pacemaker but smaller, is inserted just below the skin. Pulse generators are the size of a silver dollar. Next, electrodes are placed beneath the skin near the spinal nerves. No incisions are required to insert electrodes. Pain signals are stopped before entering the spinal cord, eliminating symptoms.

Non-surgical, same-day
No hospital stay, fast recovery
Highly effective, low risk
Excellent for sciatic nerve pain
Works when surgery and medications fail
Removable if unsatisfied with results
Covered by insurance