Finding Relief from Chronic Pain

Your Peripheral Nervous System comprises of nerves throughout your body, extending into your arms and legs. The pain you experience is sent from your injured peripheral nerve to your brain, causing you to experience symptoms such as burning, tingling, stabbing, numbness, aching, and/or throbbing.

Chronic peripheral nerve pain can manifest and affect you personally, preventing you from participating in life’s big and little events.

You may have had previous surgeries or suffer from chronic pain and have not found relief, the Freedom® PNS System is cleared to treat chronic pain in any identified nerve below the neck.

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Your Solution for Targeted Pain Relief

We offer the Freedom PNS System with an implantable stimulator that helps relieve pain by sending electrical stimulation to a specific nerve, blocking the pain signals from reaching your brain. The system is designed to seamlessly integrate into your daily life and help you take control of your chronic pain.
Stimulation implant electrode, made by Curonix.
Implanted
Stimulator
The implantable stimulator is intended to block pain signals to the brain, thereby helping to relieve chronic pain.
Peripheral Nerve Stimulation transmitter and assembly, made by Curonix.
Transmitter Assembly
(Transmitter + Antenna)
The external transmitter houses the battery and provides power to the antenna, which sends a signal through the skin to the implanted stimulator to help relieve pain.
Peripheral Nerve Stimulation Wearable, made by Curonix.
PNS Extremity
Wearable
Our wearables hold the transmitter assembly. They are designed for comfort and should be worn over clothing.

Your Journey to Chronic Pain Relief

We are committed to providing comprehensive care throughout your pain relief journey. Here’s an overview of what your journey might look like.
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Fill out a Patient Profile
During your consultation, you will share your medical history, symptoms, and goals with your healthcare team, enabling the ability to tailor the treatment to your specific needs.
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Meet with your Physician
Your experienced healthcare professionals will conduct a thorough physical and psychological assessment to understand your pain and its impact on daily living. This will determine your candidacy for Freedom PNS.
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Trial Period
The trial period is intended to assess the therapy’s effectiveness for your physical and psychological well-being. During this time, you will collaborate with your healthcare team to decide if this device is right for you.
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Permanent Solution
Upon successful completion of the trial, you will work with your healthcare provider to discuss the next steps, including coordinating your permanent implant procedure.

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The Freedom® PNS System is indicated for treatment of chronic, intractable pain of the peripheral nerve origin. The Freedom PNS System is not indicated for use in the craniofacial region.