for patients
with Urinary Urgency
Incontinence

Designed to provide

relief from UUI

If drugs haven’t reduced your UUI symptoms significantly, Neuspera’s sacral neuromodulation (SNM) system may be the solution for you. Neuspera’s SNM treatment is designed to provide relief from the limiting effects of UUI with a minimally-invasive procedure and an external wearable that fits into your lifestyle.

Simple Outpatient Procedure
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Simple Outpatient Procedure

Microimplant placed using a streamlined injection-like process (see video below)

Ultra-miniaturized Implant
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Ultra-miniaturized Implant

The smallest sacral nerve implants for patient comfort

Lifestyle-Integrated External Wearable
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Lifestyle-Integrated External Wearable

Wireless transmitter inside stylized undergarment powers the implant

Easy-to-Use Smartphone App
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Easy-to-Use Smartphone App

Smart phone app for fast and easy adjustments to therapy

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offering

Simplified Experience

The Neuspera neuromodulation system is intended to provide relief of UUI symptoms while minimizing pain and discomfort. From the procedure, to recovery time, to administration of the treatment, patients may benefit from a simplified experience and the effective outcomes of sacral neuromodulation (SNM) therapy[1][2]. Our goal is to restore confidence, freedom and dignity so patients can focus on living their lives.

Our Technology

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sacral neuromodulation therapy

Effective Therapy

Sacral neuromodulation is a therapy that has been shown to reduce urgency incontinence by more than 50% in approximately 80% of patients. Individuals may experience even greater improvements with SNM in some cases. Neuspera’s unique system provides patients a much less invasive, more flexible way of benefitting from sacral neuromodulation.[1][2]

Brain communicates back and forth to the bladder via signals from the sacral nerve up through the spine
Ultra-miniature, minimally-invasive implant
Signals are sent from the brain to normalize bladder function
Energy is transferred to implant through electromagnetic waves
Implant sends electrical impulses to the sacral nerve which travel upwards to the brain

1 Five-Year Followup Results of a Prospective, Multicenter Study of Patients with Overactive Bladder Treated with Sacral Neuromodulation. Steven Siegel,* Karen Noblett, Jeffrey Mangel, Jason Bennett,† Tomas L. Griebling, Suzette E. Sutherland, Erin T. Bird, Craig Comiter, Daniel Culkin, Samuel Zylstra, Fangyu Kan† and Kellie Chase Berg†

2 Neuromodulation in Overactive Bladder: A review and current perspectives. Troy Sukhu, Michael J Kennelly, and Raj Kurpad