Our approach to pain

We believe that our non invasive bio-therapeutic device
has the potential to change the clinical management of pain

 

Richard in 1992

A 25 year journey begins

In 1992, the jeep Richard Hanbury was driving was forced to crash off a bridge in Yemen. He was pronounced clinically dead for 8 minutes and then in a coma for 6 weeks. After waking up, he spent the next 14 months in the hospital. 

The doctors gave Richard five years to live due to the extreme chronic nerve damage pain. After a lightbulb moment while watching a film in hospital, he began the journey to save his life. To produce the most lasting pain relief, he experimented with the different neuromodulation patterns and bio-metric sensors which normalized how his brain processed pain signals.

Since 1993, Richard Hanbury has been pain-free and has tested his technology with the British Special Air Service, U.S. Air Force, Richard Branson Virgin Challenger flights, and the first Solar Impulse flight around the world.


The Sana device combines an intervention lasting 16 minutes with proprietary algorithms that restore balance in the brain and induce a therapeutic “flow state”.


FlowState increases relaxation, reduces pain, and promotes healthy sleep
in as little as 16 minutes.

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SANA personalized NEUROMODULATION

The device uses a complex proprietary pattern of light and sound impulses to restore a balance in brain wave patterns.

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HRV BIOSENSOR providE feedback to improve THE algorithm to suit the needs of each patient.

The HRV sensor will eventually trigger specific patterns of light and sound to maximize your relaxation and pain relief based on your body’s reaction to the therapy.

 
 
After 3 years of constant pain, you’ve given my daughter
the first hope of managing her pain in all that time.
— Father of severe CRPS sufferer