The SPRINT® PNS system offers a minimally-invasive 60-day implant specifically designed to deliver significant and sustained pain relief while offering a system that is easy to use. The SPRINT PNS System has been studied extensively for low back pain, shoulder pain, post-amputation pain, and chronic and acute post-operative pain.
A Breakthrough in Chronic Pain Management
Patient Preferred. Low Risk. Non-surgical.
SPRINT PNS does not require permanent implants and allows patients to maintain most of their routine activities during treatment without worrying about nerve destruction or addiction to pain medication or opioids. It is a low-risk alternative to more invasive treatments such as ablation, permanent implants or surgery.
What Does The SPRINT PNS System Implant Procedure Look Like?
The SPRINT endura® system provides a single lead option while the SPRINT extensa® system offers a dual-lead PNS system. View the video to watch the implant procedure.
Elements of SPRINT PNS
Short-Term Pain Treatment Designed for Long-Term Relief
There are four main components of The SPRINT System. This user-friendly technology allows patients to control their level of stimulation and manage settings specific to their individual needs.
Single-stick percutaneous targeting
Stimulation response assessed prior to lead implantation
Percutaneous sleeve serves as a conduit for the MicroLead™
Coiled design is intended to reduce lead migration and allow fibrotic ingrowth; gentle traction withdrawal
25% of the diameter of conventional neurostimulation leads
25x less likely to get infected compared to non-coiled leads
Designed to deliver continuous therapy with rechargeable battery packs
Mounting pad enables wearable use of pulse generator
SPRINT extensa dual-lead system allows stimulation at two locations (SPRINT endura single lead system also available)
Enables control of stimulation levels
Transitions from clinician to patient after the procedure