Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) Neurological

DTM™ SCS therapy
Spinal cord stimulation

DTM™ SCS is a proprietary, multiplexed algorithm coordinating multiple signals at multiple anatomical targets. In a randomized control trial (RCT) at 12 months, DTM™ SCS provided superior, sustained pain relief compared to conventional stimulation.1

DTM™ SCS endurance therapy

DTM™ SCS endurance therapy is an energy modified, differential target multiplexed therapy offering more longevity on Vanta™ recharge-free INS and rapid recharge on Intellis™ rechargeable INS. Results show meaningful pain relief, satisfaction and quality of life improvements at 12 months.2

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Your advantage over pain

Vanta™ SCS gives you an advantage over pain. This high-performance, recharge-free device offers more longevity, DTM™ SCS endurance therapy, and unmatched MRI access.

Front view of the Medtronic Intellis device with AdaptiveStim technology, used for spinal cord stimulation therapy

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Intellis™ SCS platform

The Intellis™ SCS is the world’s smallest implantable neurostimulator. This high-performance rechargeable device offers unrivaled battery chemistry with >95% battery capacity at 9 years, personalized programming and unmatched MRI access.

Front view of Medtronic Intellis AdaptiveStim device

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Fishman M, Cordner H, Justiz R, et al. 12-Month results from multicenter, open-label, randomized controlled clinical trial comparing differential target multiplexed spinal cord stimulation and traditional spinal cord stimulation in subjects with chronic intractable back pain and leg pain. Pain Pract. 2021. doi: 10.1111/papr.13066.


Provenzano, Peacock, Fishman, et al. A prospective multi-center study of reduced-energy DTM™ stimulation derivative: long-term outcomes in therapy-naive patients. Poster presented at: American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicince (ASRA) Annual Pain Medicine Meeting: Nov. 17-19, 2022; Orlando, FL, USA.