When the device is turned on, it sends high-frequency pulses to the spinal cord, blocking pain signals and relieving pain in the lower back and legs.
When a patient decides to try HF10 therapy, there is a brief trial period before a surgeon implants the permanent device. The trial period, which lasts approximately one week, gives patients a chance to try HF10 therapy before committing to long-term use.
The Senza implant procedure is minimally invasive.
With a traditional SCS device, the patient has to be awake for part of the implant procedure, which can cause anxiety and discomfort. There is no need for the patient to be awake during Senza placement.
The Senza procedure is also less complicated, reducing the amount of time it takes to implant the device.
There’s no need to suffer with chronic back or leg pain.