We're tackling pain and beyond

Richard Hanbury developed the first device to save his life after a life-threatening car accident. Since then we've tested 30+ prototypes against over 1000 patients who suffer from chronic neuropathic pain, PTSD and insomnia.

Curing chronic pain, insomnia and beyond

Our team is focusing on the hardest cases of chronic pain and PTSD induced insomnia, in order to help those in the greatest need first. Clinical trials are scheduled for early 2019 with Mount Sinai Hospital, data analysis with Stanford Sleep Labs and PTSD with the UK military.

The device will be available to the general public in 2019, following FDA certification.