Accelerating Regeneration

We are changing the standard of care for treating peripheral nerve injuries.

Outside of surgery, there are no treatments for injured nerves.

Peripheral nerve injury can result from a nerve transection, crush, compression, traction, and ischemia. Any of these injuries can cause physical disability that impacts the quality of life and ability to live and function normally.

17.5 MILLION

nerve procedures per year performed globally

>1 MILLION

nerve procedures per year in North America

Our Mission

We are building the world’s first electroceutical device engineered to supercharge the nerve and accelerate regeneration. Our technology delivers electrical stimulation that boosts the nerve’s natural biochemical process to heal and repair itself when injured.

clinical data:

supporting the efficacy of applying neuroregenerative therapy to injured nerves.

Head and Neck

spinal accessory nerve

Nerve traction injury following tumor resection:

Intraoperative brief electrical stimulation for prevention of shoulder dysfunction.

CUBITAL TUNNEL

ulnar nerve

Chronic nerve compression:

Electrical stimulation enhances axon regeneration and functional recovery.

hand

digital nerve

Nerve transection injury:

Electrical stimulation enhances sensory recovery.

cubital tunnel

Head and Neck

lower exremity

digital nerves

carpal tunnel

clinical data:

supporting the efficacy of applying neuroregenerative therapy to injured nerves.

Head and Neck

spinal accessory nerve

Nerve traction injury following tumor resection:

Intraoperative brief electrical stimulation for prevention of shoulder dysfunction.

CUBITAL TUNNEL

ulnar nerve

Chronic nerve compression:

Electrical stimulation enhances axon regeneration and functional recovery.

hand

digital nerve

Nerve transection injury:

Electrical stimulation enhances sensory recovery.

Nerve Injury: Here’s What Happens

When a nerve is severely injured, the distal aspect starts to disintegrate through a process called Wallerian degeneration. Support cells are recruited to the injury site to help remove debris and facilitate a path for regeneration. Nerves then can regenerate slowly from the site of injury.

Neuroregenerative Therapy

THE ONLY TREATMENT TO SUPERCHARGE NERVE REGENERATION

Electrical stimulation of nerves has been used for decades in various capacities. However, only in the last 15 years has a dedicated neuroregenerative paradigm been found for injured peripheral nerves. Recent clinical evidence developed by our scientific team has validated the effectiveness of the paradigm, paving the way for commercialization

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The Science


nerve injury

Nerve Injury: Here’s What Happens

When a nerve is severely injured, the distal aspect starts to disintegrate through a process called Wallerian degeneration. Support cells are recruited to the injury site to help remove debris and facilitate a path for regeneration.

electrical stimulation

Neuroregenerative Therapy

THE ONLY TREATMENT TO SUPERCHARGE NERVE REGENERATION

Electrical stimulation of nerves has been used for decades in various capacities. However, only in the last 15 years has a dedicated neuroregenerative paradigm been found for injured peripheral nerves. Recent clinical evidence developed by our scientific team has validated the effectiveness of the paradigm, paving the way for commercialization

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