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Curonix offers the Freedom® Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS) System, a chronic pain solution for chronic, intractable pain of the trunk and/or lower limbs, including unilateral or bilateral pain. The minimally invasive procedure involves a percutaneous anchor and battery-free implant, alleviating complications relating to pocket pain, replacement surgeries, and IPGs.

Freedom SCS System

The Freedom SCS System uses High Frequency-Electromagnetic Coupling (HF-EMC) technology to power the implanted neurostimulator. Each stimulator comprises of an electrode array(s) with eight contacts, and the electrode array(s) are connected to a separate implanted receiver(s). A small, external rechargeable transmitter supplies the power and data to the implanted neurostimulator through the skin. The device uses pulsed electric current to create an electrical field that acts on nerves to inhibit the transmission of pain signals to the brain.

A male man wearing the Spinal Cord Stimulator wearable around his waist, made by Curonix.

SCS Wearable

The Torso wearable is purposefully designed to work with the Freedom System.

The HF-EMC Technology powers the device through clothing*, offering patients a comfortable and discreet option for holding their external transmitter during daily activity.

*Internal testing on file with Curonix.

A male man wearing the Spinal Cord Stimulator wearable around his waist, made by Curonix.

Patient Selection

Commonly, patients will present with the following conditions and/or medical history:

  • Post-Surgical Chronic Pain
  • Successful Epidural Injections
  • Successful RFAs
  • Comorbidities
  • Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
  • High MRI Burden
  • Non-surgical Candidacy

If the Freedom SCS System is right for your patient, they will first undergo a trial period to assess the effectiveness of chronic pain management before transitioning to a permanent implant.

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Clinical Evidence

Reduced Pain
Patients reported a 50%+ reduction in pain scores six months following Freedom Spinal Cord Stimulator (SCS) implantation.1
Disability Scores Improved
Mean disability scores improved by 46%, indicating a reduction from severe to moderate disability.1
ED-5D-5L Scores Increased
Mean EQ-5D-5L scores increased from 0.54 to 0.75 in 80% of patients, indicating better quality of life at six months.1

Frequently Asked Questions

Can patients receive an MRI with Freedom SCS?
Does the patient always keep the device on to receive therapy?
How will your patient know where to place the wearable and external transmitter assembly?
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Bolash, Robert, et al. "Multi-waveform spinal cord stimulation with high frequency electromagnetic coupled (hf-emc) powered implanted electrode array and receiver for the treatment of chronic back and leg pain (surf study)." Pain physician 25.1 (2022): 67.
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The Freedom® PNS System is indicated for treatment of chronic, intractable pain of the peripheral nerve origin. The Freedom PNS System is not indicated for use in the craniofacial region.