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Animation: User at work holding remote control
Using your remote control, you can easily adjust stimulation parameters at any time to maximize pain relief
Animation: User sitting at desk, with stimulation running through spinal cord (make it visible) > press right arrow, stimulation increases > press left arrow, stimulation decreases
With the press of a button, you can increase or decrease stimulation amplitude as needed.
Animation: User sitting, with program 1 active > user switching from program 1 to 2 > user getting up and walking briskly outdoors, with program 2 active
You can easily switch between stimulation programs to continually optimize pain relief regardless of activity
Animation: User place remote control in pocket > user pulls out smartphone and increases/decreases amplitude
For a more discrete and convenient option, simply place your remote control in your pocket and control your stimulation through your smartphone.
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