The belt component of a unique and novel wireless spinal cord stimulator (SCS) system was conceived, designed, made, and verified. This thesis details and documents all work from inception through preliminary verification and includes recommendations for future work. The purpose, scope, and objectives of the design and the thesis are introduced. Background literature is presented to provide context for the wireless SCS system as well as the belt component of the system. The product development process used to design the product is outlined. Requirements and constraints are determined from customer needs. Design options are considered and the best concept is selected. The design is made, optimized, and verified to meet the requirements. Future work for this design, outside the scope of this thesis, is discussed. Recommendations and conclusions following completion of the design are included as well.