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Have you been suffering from pain for more than a year?
What is your average level of pain?
On a scale from 1 to 10, with 1 representing minimal and 10 being most severe, rate your personal pain.
Where is your pain located?
Choose all areas that apply.
Do you feel some relief when you:
Lean on something
Which of the following treatments are you currently using or have used in the past?
Choose all that apply.
Are you currently being treated by a pain management specialist?
Pain management specialists are doctors who specialize in all kinds of pain. They receive years of advanced training in pain management and focus on treating patients with severe pain.
My age is
65 and over
I'd rather not say
My gender is
I'd rather not say
What type of insurance do you have?
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1 You have been suffering from pain for .
2 Your average level of pain is .
3 You feel your pain in your .
4 You when you lean on something, bend forward, or sit down.
5 You have tried the following treatments:
6 You are by a pain management specialist.
7 You are 45-54 years of age and you are female.
8 You are insured by .
Based on the duration of your pain, you may not qualify for one of our pain management solutions at this time.
You should consult your pain management specialist to determine what treatments are right for you.
Use our Doctor Locator to explore pain management specialists in your area.
Based on your pain score, more information is required, and you may not be qualified for one of our pain management solutions at this time.
You only chose "Other" for the location of your pain. Based on this, more information is required, and you may not be qualified for one of our pain management solutions at this time.
Boston Scientific offers solutions to help manage pain experienced in the back, neck, shoulders, legs, or lower limbs.
Based on your answers, you may be a candidate for:
Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS)
You should consult your pain management specialist to make a final determination.
In the meantime, our Patient Education Specialists can help you take the next step toward finding your relief.
Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
You should consult your pain management specialist to make a final determination. Download your Doctor Discussion Guide.
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This treatment is for leg and lower back pain caused by lumbar spinal stenosis.