Pain Therapies Success

Despite what some of the blowhard managers say, there has been a lot of success recently for the business. I wonder though if it is because our competitors (mainly Nevro) are mismanaging their business or because of our improved product portfolio? Or could it be SCS becoming a more established and accepted form of therapy in the days of the opioid crisis? Or all of the above?

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So you're saying mid-30% market share is a success?

SNAPSHOT will turn it into 50% MS in a year!!!

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So you're saying mid-30% market share is a success?

In what's becoming a $5 billion market....

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So you're saying mid-30% market share is a success?

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