Theranica’s Technology

Redefining Neuromodulation Practice

Leveraging the company’s vast know-how in wireless communications, electronics, real-time software as well as Apps development, and thorough medical knowledge and experience in neurology, Theranica delivers an innovative approach to neuromodulation technology for some of the most annoying and discomforting pains, starting with migraine today, and later on with acute and chronic pain, and muscle soreness.

Designed with the user’s comfort and ease-of-use in mind, adapted to today’s modern lifestyle, what the patients need in order to start managing and controlling their pain are Theranica-enabled self-contained wearables and their own smartphone.

Our technological breakthrough enables us to provide affordable pain-relief solutions to millions of people, with the utmost care for reliability and exceptional ease of use. It also allows us to incorporate smart features into the products, like automatic control of the pulses and their intensity per the individual person’s anatomy and feeling.

Utmost Flexibility and Comfort

Leveraging the company’s vast know-how in wireless communications, electronics, real-time software as well as Apps development, and thorough medical knowledge and experience in neurology, Theranica delivers an innovative approach to neuromodulation technology for some of the most annoying and discomforting pains, starting with migraines, and proceeding with acute and chronic pain, and muscle soreness in the near future.

Self-contained Patches

Theranica patches (as well as other wearables in plan) are made of a single unit which is comprised of electrodes; a safe, low-powered battery; and a smart chip, developed and designed by the company. This chip is responsible not only for the creation of ENS/NMES pulses per the user’s definitions, but it incorporates smart features like therapy efficiency control and safety mechanism.

Real-time Efficiency Control

Theranica’s NMES-based wearables are enhanced with our proprietary, patent-pending Maximum Effectiveness (ME) mechanism. ME collects and evaluates measurements of EMG (Electromyography) signals from the treated muscle, as a response to the stimulation. This information is processed in our chip, providing guidelines to how optimally adjust the location of the electrodes and/or the level of the stimulation intensity in order to maximize muscle stimulation efficiency.

Safety First!

Our technology incorporates a uniquely-developed automatic safety feature, which continuously detects how well the electrodes are placed on the skin; if it detects improper placement, it instantly stops the stimulation, preventing any uncomfortable feeling to the user – even momentarily.

Smartphone as an ENS/NMES device

Theranica creates a new industry category. It utilizes Electronic Nerve Stimulation and/or neuromuscular electrical stimulation in conjunction with wireless communications technology – using each individual’s smartphone as the ENS/NMES devices, avoiding the need for additional wired electronic device.

Using smartphone as an advanced ENS/NMES device not only enables the users to activate and control Theranica’s wearables over Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE), but also opens up the connection and access to the Internet. Access to the Internet allows the user to benefit from several advance features such as downloading and upgrading ENS/NMES programs and sharing favorite programs with friends. Interfacing with the fast-growing world of connected healthcare, enables Theranica’s wearable users to share their treatment program and session result information online with their designated caretaker in the clinic, hospital or at home – in real-time, while maintaining patient’s health information confidential and secured.

Connected Healthcare

Electrical Nerve Stimulation (ENS)

Electrical nerve stimulation is a non-invasive therapy treatment that is used for controlling pain signals traveling to the brain, providing temporary or long-term pain relief. The core of this technology has been proven and used widely for more than 10 years now.

Typically, the electrical stimulation is delivered through a pair of electrodes placed on the skin around the pain area. These electrodes are connected to a wired battery-powered device that produces an electrical impulse which comes with single or multiple preset programs of pulse frequency, and pulse intensity.

The electrical pulses block the pain signals from reaching the brain. Thus, the sensation of pain does not occur, as the brain has no signal to interpret.

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