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Pain is hard. SPRINT is easy.

Use the SPRINT PNS System early in the care continuum

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SPRINT Pulse Generator Shown On Back

Excellent safety profile

  • No device-related serious adverse events reported in clinical trials to date
  • Very low risk of infection16
  • SPRINT system-related retained fragments are MR conditional under specific conditions24

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Close Up Photo Showing How Tiny The MicroLead Is


The SPRINT® PNS System is a 60-day implant specifically designed to deliver significant, sustained pain relief for the periphery. The SPRINT system delivers neurostimulation therapy directly to the nerves with a tiny, thread-like lead, the MicroLead™. Only one-quarter of the diameter of conventional neurostimulation leads, the MicroLead is the smallest neurostimulation lead on the market today.

The SPRINT system has been designed to make the entire experience easy for you to deliver what your patients need most—and even easier for patients to use.

Learn more about the SPRINT PNS System

Before SPRINT, my shoulder felt like someone hit me with a bat. After SPRINT, my level of pain went from a 10 to a 3.”

— Frank (shoulder pain)

Example uses*

Post-op/post-traumatic pain

  • Post-amputation pain
  • Nerve or plexus trauma
  • Meralgia paraesthetica
  • Post-operative joint pain
  • Post joint replacement pain
  • Post decompression/transposition surgeries
  • Post-herniorrhaphy pain (posterior approach)

Chronic pain

  • Low back pain
  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Neuropathic mononeuropathy
  • Inoperable joint pain

Areas of ongoing research

SPR has active clinical programs in the U.S. for:

  • Low back pain
  • Post-amputation pain
  • Post-operative knee pain

*The SPRINT system is FDA-cleared for up to 60 days in the back and/or extremities 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 system is not intended to treat pain in the craniofacial region. Physicians should use their best judgment when deciding when to use the SPRINT system. For more information see the SPRINT system IFU.

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