Bioelectronic Medicine

Bioelectronic medicine uses technology to treat disease and injury.

The nervous system uses electrical signals to communicate information throughout the body. Virtually every cell and organ of the body is directly or indirectly controlled by these neural signals. Our researchers are learning the language of these neural signals so that we can listen for signals of disease or injury. We are also using bioelectronic medicine technologies to record, stimulate, and block neural signals, which is essentially teaching the body how to heal itself.

Bioelectronic medicine will change the way we treat diseases, injuries and conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, paralysis, bleeding, and even cancer.

We have studied this field for nearly 20 years and are proud to be at the vanguard of this revolutionary approach to healing, and are pleased to work with some of the leading forces in science, innovation, and medicine today.

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