In the Media

Exsurgo in the media:


Chronic pain on the rise among young adults in England

Chronic pain is thought to affect one in five people around the world, but a new study covered in The Guardian says it now affects one in three young adults in England. The report found that the numbe…


July 19, 2021

The back-shed inventor who built a pain-fighting brain machine, The Spinoff

In the first article of our content series with The Spinoff, they take a deep dive into the history of Exsurgo – starting from Richard’s ambition and innovation to help people close to him…


July 15, 2021

Fort William Born Inventor Leading The Fight Against Chronic Pain

Our very own Richard Little, who was born in Fort Williams, Scotland, was recently highlighted in this article from The Highland Times talking about the progress Exsurgo has made so far with Axon and …


July 13, 2021

The Guardian’s Linda Geddes on the ‘reorganisation of the pain system’

In the excellent introductory feature to The Guardian’s week-long series on chronic pain and long Covid, Linda Geddes detailed the growing prevalence of chronic pain and the acceptance of nocipl…


July 6, 2021

The Guardian’s week-long series on chronic pain and long Covid

The Guardian is running a major editorial series called The Pain That Can’t be Seen, which takes an in-depth look at the growing health issue of chronic pain and how the pandemic might have exac…


July 1, 2021

Newsroom covers how Exsurgo are treating chronic pain with brain training

Newsroom, an independent, New Zealand-based news and current affairs site interviewed Richard Little this week and were able to get a first hand experience of how Axon is used to treat chronic pain. B…


June 16, 2021