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Another Idea....

Started by Nickee Randolph in Transverse Myelitis. Last reply by Nickee Randolph Oct 3. 2 Replies

 I'm constantly looking for ways out of his TM predicament.Has anyone tried a Spinal Cord Stimulator? It's similar to a TENS unit, but is surgically placed inside your body.My new doctor may want to try it.Anyone know anything?Continue

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