NeuroTherm acquires Smith & Nephew spine pain products

Massachusetts-based NeuroTherm has acquired Smith & Nephew's interventional spine pain management assets, which includes the CDS Discography System, SPINECATH and  ACUTHERM Catheters and a full radiofrequency product line. 

"This acquisition made perfect sense for us, and will go a long way towards sustaining NeuroTherm's leading position in the interventional pain space," says Larry Hicks, president & CEO of NeuroTherm.  "The Smith & Nephew product line is highly complementary to ours and significantly expands our product offering.  This is an exciting opportunity that will enable us to offer a one-stop option for our customers."

NeuroTherm, which was founded in 2005, picked up the Micron Catheter from private owners in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida last June. The catheter is used in a procedure to remove scar tissue.

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