FAST FACTS

What is Stimwave?

The Stimwave Spinal Cord Stimulator is a revolutionary solution and the world's smallest device created to provide pain relief to any part of the body. The Stimwave Spinal Cord Stimulator is an effective way to achieve long-term pain relief without the risks associated with opioid medications. 

How does Stimwave work?

flexible micro-stimulator is introduced into the body and placed closely to the nerves causing your pain. The device is then activated by a wearable antenna that transmits power to the micro-stimulator, giving the power to control your pain relief. Using a mobile device, you can control your stimulation. The stimulation from the device acts on your nerves, blocking the painful signals from reaching your brain. For more information on how Stimwave works, watch the animated video above!

What pain can Stimwave treat?

Most spinal cord stimulators are used to treat back and leg pain, specifically. However, Stimwave's peripheral indication allows its technology to treat a broad variety of pain including migraines, carpel tunnel syndrome, previous knee/hip/shoulder replacement, severe ankle pain, and much more. 

What sets Stimwave apart?

Micro-Stimulators

The Freedom Stimulator is the smallest implanted stimulator system. Introduced through a needle, it is the epitome of minimally invasive-ness and defines true Wireless Pain Relief.

Wearable Technology

The Wearable Antenna is externally worn and transmits the power and instructions to the Freedom Stimulator. Small, sleek, and fashionable. It is wearable technology that conforms into your daily life.

Programmers

Easy stimulation configuration interface is available through modern iOS mobile devices. 

More Info from "Doc"

In 2019, the Pain Management Center of Meridian made history as the first clinic in Mississippi to offer the Stimwave Spinal Cord Stimulator system.

 

In August of 2019, the Pain Management Center of Meridian was designated as a Stimwave Center of Excellence.

"Rock star physician meets rock star device meets rock star patient! We are blessed!"

RON BURTON, STIMWAVE PATIENT

What Patients Are Saying

"So I'm interested in Stimwave.

NOW WHAT?"

1. Consult a physician

Due to Stimwave's broad spectrum of pain relief options, patients should consult Dr. Pasha, a certified Stimwave provider, to determine if they are a candidate for the Stimwave stimulator. Click here to get in touch with us and schedule an appointment. 

2. Trial Procedure

Before a permanent stimulator is implanted, a patient is able to test out their pain relief through a trial procedure. A trial stimulator is percutaneously inserted for a therapy evaluation; results will be reviewed with Dr. Pasha at the end of the trial period to determine if the pain relief was satisfactory.

3. Permanent Implantation Procedure

After you are qualified for a permanent stimulator to manage your pain, Dr. Pasha will place one or more through a needle next to the target nerves in order to block their signal. The implantation is minimally invasive. 

4. Live Pain-Free

Once the implantation is complete, the patient can control the stimulation with the Wearable Antenna Assembly that clips onto clothing. As needed, Dr. Pasha is available to program the stimulator to personalize individual pain relief. With Stimwave's therapy, the patient may experience relief of chronic pain, decreased drug usage, improved mobility, and an overall better quality of life. 

For additional information on Stimwave Stimulators, visit www.StimwaveFreedom.com.

Meridian: (601) 703-5600

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Pain Management Center of Meridian

5th Floor Annex

1102 Constitution Ave, Meridian MS 39301

Monday - Thursday 7AM-4PM

Neshoba Pain Management

1001 Holland Ave, Philadelphia MS 39350

Friday 6:30AM-2:30PM

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