Welcome to Medtronic bowel control therapy delivered by the lnterStim™ system. You're on the way to lasting control and more confidence.1 Use this page and your Therapy Guide to understand how to use your smart programmer and make the most of your therapy experience.
TAKE A TOUR AND GET FAMILIAR WITH YOUR SMART PROGRAMMER.
This app enables you to manage your therapy.
This quick video covers everything you need to know, including how to adjust your stimulation and change programs* as directed by your clinician.
Every time you use the My Therapy app, you’ll need to use the communicator to connect the smart programmer with the neurostimulator.
You may receive pop-up notifications on the programmer while using the My Therapy app. If you have questions about a notification that does not appear here, check your My Therapy app Programming Guide. If you still have a question, contact your clinician.
TIP: If a notification disappears before you have time to read it, that means the error fixed itself. If any of these issues continue, contact your clinician.
Your smart programmer has lost connection with your communicator. Make sure the communicator is fully charged. Then reposition it over the neurostimulator and tap retry on the programmer.
Your neurostimulator is not responding. Reposition your communicator over your neurostimulator and tap retry.
Your communicator needs to be charged. Plug it into the charger. Remember, you can't use the communicator while it is recharging.
Some bowel control specialists recommend the InterStim iConTM programmer for therapy control. If you’re using this device, you can find more about it on our YouTube channel.VISIT THE CHANNEL
This handy guide to living with Medtronic bowel control therapy delivered by the InterStimTM system includes instructions for using your handheld Medtronic InterStim iConTM programmer.DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE
Hull T, Giese C, Wexner SD, Mellgren A, Devroede G, et al. Long-term durability of sacral nerve stimulation therapy for chronic fecal incontinence. Dis Colon Rectum. 2013;56:234–245.
Information on this site should not be used as a substitute for talking with your doctor. Always talk with your doctor about diagnosis and treatment information.