Neurostimulation Therapies for Chronic Pain
Pain relief is possible Chronic pain is a common condition, affecting almost one in five adults globally.1
Although chronic pain is common, no two experiences are exactly alike—and there are even different types of chronic pain. Some people live with very concentrated, difficult-to-treat ongoing foot, knee, hip or groin pain (associated with CRPS), while others must deal with broadly felt ongoing back, arm and/or leg pain.
If your chronic pain is one of these and it has lasted at least six months, neurostimulation therapy from St. Jude Medical may help. Pain relief is possible. While neurostimulation has helped many people manage their chronic pain and improve their quality of life, our new advancements can help you and your doctor identify the specific kind of neurostimulation therapy tailored for the type of pain that you experience.
Learn more about dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation or spinal cord stimulation (SCS) therapy from a St. Jude Medical representative.