Boston Scientific Corporation – Spectra WaveWriter™ Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS) System. It offers non-opioid treatment option with multiple therapies for chronic spinal cord pain

Spectra WaveWriter System offers non-opioid treatment option with multiple therapies for chronic spinal cord pain.

Every chronic pain patient—and how he or she responds to any specific treatment—is unique. The Spectra WaveWriter Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS) System allows you to provide patients with personalized, drug-free therapy that is clinically proven1 to help reduce chronic pain for a wide range of patients.

SCS works by sending low electrical pulses, which vary in frequency, pulse width and amplitude, to the spinal cord to interrupt pain signals.

Paresthesia-based therapy provides pain relief with a light tingling sensation while sub-perception therapy works without that sensation.

With the Spectra WaveWriter System, patients can choose to combine both of these therapies to target one specific area of pain or use each therapy as needed to best manage multiple areas of pain.

Patients provide real-time feedback using the system’s remote control. Together, these features benefit patients by addressing each individual’s unique pain relief needs.

The Spectra WaveWriter System was developed with more than a decade of clinical research focused on optimizing sub-perception and delivering multiple therapies intended for more effective, long-term pain relief.

These studies include the WHISPER study and the PROCO study.

The PROCO study was a multi-center, prospective, double-blind, randomized study in which patients acted as their own control.

This study established in de novo patients that similar pain relief and improvement in quality of life measures are achieved independent of the type of frequency (from 1 kHz up to 10 kHz) used in sub-perception SCS therapy when the proper target and dose are identified.

The WHISPER study is a multi-center, prospective, cross-over, randomized, and controlled study evaluating the long-term safety and effectiveness of sub-perception SCS pain relief therapy.+