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Surround Inhibition as a new scs mechanism

Dr. James North discusses the use of surround inhibition as a novel spinal cord stimulation mechanism. Dr. North highlights the historical context of surround inhibition. He highlights a study by Dr. Warren Grill, which uses computational modeling to leverage surround inhibition for neuromodulation. He presents published data from FAST therapy, long-term outcomes, and a study that used automated neural dosing. He concludes by emphasizing the importance of building on clinical data for SCS therapy.

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