The SPRINT® PNS System, by SPR® Therapeutics, marks an innovative shift in the treatment of pain. Our breakthrough treatment is proven to provide significant and sustained relief from chronic pain and works by selectively stimulating targeted peripheral nerve fibers.
• Short-term, 60-day treatment • No permanent implant • Minimally-invasive and drug-free
The SPRINT PNS System is uniquely designed to selectively and robustly stimulate targeted peripheral nerve fibers for up to 60 days, modulating central plasticity to enable significant and sustained pain relief.
SPR Therapeutics, Inc has been awarded more than $30 million in grants and contracts by the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense, allowing us to advance the largest body of PNS-specific research to date.
Focuses stimulation on targeted nerve fibers to maximize therapeutic benefit and modulate central plasticity.
Our patented approach is designed to enable comfortable yet robust activation of nerve fibers to promote central plasticity while avoiding activation of non-target pain fibers.
“A 60-day percutaneous treatment that delivers long-term relief without a permanent implant…this is a game changer.” — Peter Staats MD, MBA, DABA, ABIPP, FIPP
Rethink Your Pain Strategy™
The SPRINT PNS System is a patient-preferred, low risk, alternative to more invasive treatments such as ablation, permanent implants or surgery. The SPRINT PNS System is proven to provide significant and sustained pain relief when prior treatments such as opioids or injections have failed.
Our system was recently ranked as the most desirable treatment for chronic pain when compared to radiofrequency ablation and permanently implanted neuromodulation systems.
Low risk. High reward.
Compared to other treatment options, the SPRINT PNS System provides highly effective pain relief without a permanent implant, nerve damage or the risk of addiction.
Recognized by leading centers.
Leading pain management centers are championing the SPRINT PNS System as part of their treatment algorithm (partial listing):