For more than 11 Million Americans, withdrawal is like an 800-pound gorilla standing in the way of opioid-free living. There’s just no easy way around it.
Taking the first steps toward withdrawal puts you face-to-face with a looming list of anxiety-ridden questions.
Spark Biomedical’s transcutaneous auricular neurostimulation solutions are wearable therapies designed to provide an easy, safe, and effective path forward so more patients can overcome fear, heal from withdrawal, and achieve a better quality of life.
It’s important to us that the Sparrow Therapy System is the right option for your patients. We’ll take time to learn about your challenges and work with you to determine how tAn therapy can help your patients and fit into your practice.
Our team will work with you to successfully integrate tAN Therapy into your practice.
Begin prescribing an easy, safe, and effective non-opioid option to overcoming withdrawal.Schedule a Consultation
The Sparrow Therapy System is available by prescription only. Discuss your interest in reducing or eliminating opioids with your doctor and share this information on the Sparrow Therapy System.
Discuss Your Options for Additional Support Depending on your situation, you may need additional support to go through opioid withdrawal. Be sure to talk with your doctor and your family to ensure you have all the help you need.
Once your doctor prescribes the Sparrow Therapy System, you can begin preventing or overcoming withdrawal after a quick programming session.
We built upon a solid history of neurostimulation therapy, then applied over 150 years of our own combined neurostimulation and medical device expertise to advance the level of care for opioid withdrawal through an evidence-based approach. And we’re committed to making ongoing investments in engineering and clinical neuroscience to advance the therapy even further — beyond opioid withdrawal.
2020 Finalist Tech Inventor & Emerging Innovation
2020 Best in Show Emerging Technologies Forum
2019 Grant Recipient Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome Study NIH HEAL Initiative
2019 Grand Prize Winner