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    Dorsal Spine Stimulator
    soccerfan4114 posted:
    I wanted to see if anyone has had the Dorsal Spine Stimulator inserted into them? Has it helped? Any side effects? ect....

    Thank you
    bj1208 responded:
    Hi Soccerfan4114 - welcome to the support group -

    I did have one done on a trial period - it did help the pains in my legs but unfortunately it did not help my back pains.

    I do, however, have several friends that have this and have had at least 40% reduction in pain levels and also reduction in oral pain meds.

    The best thing to do is research this on the internet - find out the maker for this product and look it up - be sure when you research to put in: PROBLEMS WITH SPINAL CORD STIMULATOR IMPLANTS and also on the maker too - sometimes search engines do not list out any problems with them.

    Hope this helps - let me know if u have more questions~~
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