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Spectra WaveWriter™ Spinal Cord Stimulator System

The Spectra WaveWriter SCS System is the first SCS system designed to personalize pain relief through the power of the Combination Therapy and the simplicity of waveform automation.

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Therapy as unique as your patients’ pain

Every patient’s pain is unique. The Spectra WaveWriter Spinal Cord Stimulator System is engineered to help address the individual nature of pain for better short-term and long-term relief.

How it works

Personalized pain relief  

With real-time patient therapy ratings and corresponding patient optimization reports, the Spectra WaveWriter SCS System is designed to help you personalize each patient’s therapy and fine-tune your approach as their pain changes over time.

Randomized controlled trials have shown:

  • There may be different mechanisms involved with different therapies.1
  • Some patients may only respond to one therapy.2
  • Multiple therapies provide superior outcomes when patients are able to choose the most effective therapy.3

Why choose the Spectra WaveWriter SCS System

The Spectra WaveWriter SCS System is designed to simplify personalization and provide the type of stimulation your patients need—when and where they need it.

This SCS system features:

  • Paresthesia and sub-perception therapies
  • 32 contacts and 4 ports
  • Leads spanning up to 3 vertebral levels
  • Combination Therapy for the ability to layer waveforms simultaneously
  • Contour™ Therapy for broad paresthesia-free coverage across multiple neural targets

Featured clinical publications


SCS device capable of delivering Combination Therapy achieves a high level of clinical and functional success out to 2 years.5


Real-world demonstration of WaveWriter SCS System.6


SCS clinical data

Multiple Level 1 RCTs and real-world studies support the design of Boston Scientific’s SCS therapy.1-5, 9

Ordering information

Product Name Model Number UPN
Spectra WaveWriter Implantable Pulse Generator (IPG) Kit SC-1160 M365SC11600
Spectra WaveWriter IPG and Charger Kit SC-1060B M365SC1060B0
FreeLink™ Remote Control Kit SC-5562-1 M365SC556210
Spectra WaveWriter Trial Kit SC-6500-62 M365SC6500620

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References:

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The Precision Spectra™ or Spectra Wave Writer™ SCS System with ImageReady™ MRI Technology is “MR-Conditional” only when exposed to the MRI environment under the specific conditions defined in the ImageReady MRI Guidelines for Precision Spectra or Spectra WaveWriter Spinal Cord Stimulator Systems.

Sub-perception stimulation has been demonstrated to be safe and effective in patients who have been treated successfully with conventional, paresthesia-inducing stimulation for at least six months. Full stimulation parameter ranges and options for both paresthesia based and sub-perception therapy are available for clinician’s use throughout the patient’s experience and treatment with SCS.

Results from clinical studies are not predictive of results in other studies. Results in other studies may vary.

  1. Rauck R, Maoz U, et al. Differential Mechanisms of Action Between Paresthesia and Paresthesia-Free SCS: A PET Study [Abstract]. Annual Meeting of the North American Neuromodulation Society, December 10-13th, 2015.
  2. Thomson SJ, Tavakkolizadeh M, Love-Jones S, et al. Effects of Rate on Analgesia in Kilohertz Frequency Spinal Cord Stimulation: Results of the PROCO Randomized Controlled Trial. Neuromodulation. 2018 Jan;21(1):67-76.
  3. North J, Loudermilk E, Lee A, Sachdeva H, Kaiafas D, Washabaugh E, Sheth S, Scowcroft J, Mekhail N, Lampert B, Yearwood T, Shaw E, Atallah J, McLeod C, Han J, Yu C, Sedrak M, Lucas R, Trobridge A, Hegarty J, Miller N, Chen L, Jain R. Outcomes of a Multicenter, Prospective, Crossover, Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating Subperception Spinal Cord Stimulation at ≤1.2 kHz in Previously Implanted Subjects. Neuromodulation. 2020 Jan;23(1):102-108.
  4. Wallace MS, North JM, Phillips GM, et al. Combination therapy with simultaneous delivery of spinal cord stimulation modalities: COMBO randomized controlled trial. Pain Manag, 2023 Mar;13(3):171-184.
  5. Metzger CS, Hammond MB, Pyles ST, et al. Pain relief outcomes using an 5CS device capable of delivering combination therapy with advanced waveforms and field shapes. Expert Rev Med Devices. 2020 Sep;17(9):957-957.
  6. Metzger CS, Hammond MB, Paz-Solfs JF, et al. A novel fast-acting sub-perception spinal cord stimulation therapy enables rapid onset of analgesia in patients with chronic pain. Expert Rev Med Devices. 2021 Mar:18(3):299-306,
  7. Paz-Solis J, Thomson S, Jain R, Chen L, Huertas I, Doan Q. Exploration of High- and Low-Frequency Options for Subperception Spinal Cord Stimulation Using Neural Dosing Parameter Relationships: The HALO Study. Neuromodulation. 2022 Jan;25(1):94-102
  8. North J, Loudermilk E, Lee A, et al. Outcomes of a Multicenter, Prospective, Crossover, Randomized Controlled Trial Evaluating Subperception Spinal Cord Stimulation at s1.2 kHz in Previously Implanted Subjects. Neuromodulation. 2020 Jan;23(7):102-108.
  9. Veizi E, Hayek SM, North J, et al. Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) with Anatomically Guided (3D) Neural Targeting Shows Superior Chronic Axial Low Back Pain Relief Compared to Traditional SCS-LUMINA Study. Pain Med. 2017 Aug 1;18(8):7534-1548.