Nalu Medical Raises $65M for Implantable Pain Management System

The miniaturized implantable pulse generator is powered wirelessly by an externally worn Therapy Disc.

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Nalu Medical, a private company focused on minimally invasive and non-opioid solutions for chronic neuropathic pain, announced the closing of a $65 million equity financing. The round was led by a new investor, Novo Holdings (Novo). Also participating in the round were all of the Nalu existing significant investors: Gilde Healthcare, MVM Partners, Endeavor Vision, Decheng Capital, Longitude Capital, Advent Life Sciences, Pura Vida, and Aperture Venture Partners.

The proceeds from this financing will be used to accelerate commercial growth, expand clinical and health-economic evidence, continue product development, and scale operations.

“The differentiated Nalu neurostimulation product has the potential to benefit millions of patients suffering from chronic neuropathic pain,” said Eric Snyder, partner in the Venture Investments team at Novo Holdings. “We are impressed with their growing body of clinical evidence demonstrating meaningful clinical results in both the emerging market for peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS) and in the established market of spinal cord stimulation (SCS). We are delighted to support the strong management team at Nalu in this period of rapid commercial growth.”

Nalu is a Carlsbad, California-based medical technology company focused on the Nalu Neurostimulation System, which delivers gentle electrical pulses to the nervous system to modulate pain signals before they get to the brain. It consists of a battery-free, miniaturized implantable pulse generator (IPG) that is powered wirelessly by an externally worn Therapy Disc and controlled through a smartphone app.

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