SPRINT PNS; Foot Pain
“The SPRINT System works!”
“Before having the SPRINT PNS System I cried a lot and couldn’t sleep,” Shirley Lynn says about her pain.
Shirley injured her ankle in 2012, requiring placement of screws. Several years later the screws were removed, causing nerve damage and the start of chronic and severe foot pain. Her foot and ankle were so sensitive sometimes she couldn’t even leave the house, because she was unable to put on her right shoe. The slightest touch to her ankle or toes was extremely painful.
She was referred to Dr. Nashi, who suggested the SPRINT PNS System. Shirley is now several months from the 60-day treatment and says, “I feel so much better.”
She is now sleeping more comfortably and is able to walk and do housework with less pain.
*Results may vary. Important safety & risk information: https://bit.ly/2FU92NH
The SPRINT PNS System is indicated for up to 60 days for: (i) Symptomatic relief of chronic, intractable pain, post-surgical and post-traumatic acute pain; (ii) Symptomatic relief of post-traumatic pain; and (iii) Symptomatic relief of post-operative pain. The SPRINT PNS System is not intended to be placed in the region innervated by the cranial and facial nerves.
Each patient’s testimonial is the result of each patient’s unique situation resulting in varying responses, experiences, risks, and outcomes to the SPRINT PNS System. The patient experiences shared on this page are not medical advice and should not be substituted for the independent medical judgment of a trained healthcare professional. Discuss your options and use of the SPRINT PNS System with your medical provider. Physicians should use their best judgment when deciding when to use the SPRINT PNS System. For more information see the SPRINT PNS System IFU.
Most common side effects are skin irritation and erythema. Results may vary. Rx only.