For adults with gait deficit due to mild to moderate symptoms of multiple sclerosis, a new therapy that can be
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Introducing PoNS®

Introducing PoNS, a neuromodulation therapy for people with multiple sclerosis (MS)

PoNS device

Over 70% of people with MS develop trouble with their gait (ability to walk). This can have a big impact on simple day-to-day activities such as grocery shopping, walking to the mailbox, playing with the kids—even answering the phone on time.

PoNS, short for Portable Neuromodulation Stimulator, is an innovative, easy-to-use device. Combined with physical therapy (PT), PoNS can significantly improve your gait—to help keep you active and independent.

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Is PoNS right for me?


If you have MS and you are having trouble with your gait, PoNS combined with PT can help. Take the assessment to find out if you should talk to your doctor about the benefits of starting therapy with PoNS.

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How PoNS works

Man on treadmill using PoNS device

PoNS, short for Portable Neuromodulation Stimulator, is an innovative medical device. It includes a controller and mouthpiece that delivers mild stimulation to the surface of the tongue. This stimulation triggers a flow of neural impulses to the brain structures that control gait. PoNS is to be used in conjunction with supervised therapeutic exercises, referred to as PoNS Therapy™.

Use of the device while engaging in movement and coordination tasks promotes neuromodulation and neuroplasticity, activating brain pathways to improve gait.

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What to expect with PoNS


In a clinical trial, individuals with mild to moderate MS and gait deficit who used PoNS along with PT for 14 weeks showed significant improvements in their gait compared to a sham device and PT.

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In a real-world analysis of individuals with MS in Canada (N=42), 58.3% achieved at least a 4-point improvement in their Functional Gait Assessment (FGA).
Individual results and experiences may vary. Talk to your healthcare provider to see if PoNS® is right for you. NOTE: *Testimonials are from Canadian residents. PoNS® was authorized for use in the US in March 2021. PoNS Therapy™ has been available in Canada since 2020.

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Find a Clinic

Find a Clinic

PoNS® is administered by physical therapists who have undergone specific training.

Find the clinic closest to you.

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Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Ready to talk to your physician about PoNS?

Download our guide to talking to your doctor.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Have more questions about PoNS?

Access our FAQs.

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Get PoNS

Ready to add PoNS to your physical therapy?

Order the PoNS device.

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