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This video production is an unpaid testimonial from a real life IB-Stim patient and her parents. This reflects their personal experience and particular outcome. Results may vary from person to person.

IB-Stim Standard of Care for Functional Abdominal Pain

The IB-Stim is a non-surgical device that works by sending gentle electrical impulses into cranial nerve bundles located in the ear. This stimulation targets brain areas that process pain and helps reduce functional abdominal pain associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. IB-Stim is a 5-day (120 hours) treatment typically worn for 3 consecutive weeks. Your healthcare provider will discuss your specific treatment plan.

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      A New Standard Of Care

      *The IB-Stim is a percutaneous electrical nerve field stimulator (PENFS) system intended to be used in patients 11-18 years of age with functional abdominal pain associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The IB-Stim is intended to be used for 120 hours per week up to 3 consecutive weeks, through application to branches of Cranial Nerves V, VII, IX and X, and the occipital nerves identified by transillumination, as an aid in the reduction of pain when combined with other therapies for IBS DEN180057.