Neuromodulation: devices and services
Optimise neurocircuits and brain activities to achieve mental health
The new trend of neuromodulation in the field of mental health involves non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS), which included:
- Cranial Electrical Stimulation (CES, FDA/Taiwan FDA approved)
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS, FDA/Taiwan FDA approved)
- Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation (tDCS)
- Noninvasive vagus nerve stimulation(nVNS)
- Photobiomodulaiton (PBM)
We help clinics build NIBS services, including devices lease/purchase, protocol setup and personnel training.
We connect medical professionals with experts in the field of NIBS to keep up with the latest research and clinical insights.
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Phototherapy Treatment System: LightDr
LightDr is the latest physical therapy device from the United States. It is non-invasive, widely used, legal, safe and effective. It has been approved by Taiwan FDA for market use.
Phototherapy treatment system is mainly a kind of chemical treatment, which will produce photobiomodulation. It transfers light energy to molecules in cells and organelles, leading to chemical, electrochemical, and thermal reactions, as well as transformations that cause changes in cell metabolism and gene expression.
There are many preliminary clinical evidences abroad that show the efficacy of Phototherapy treatment system in the treatment of MDD, comorbidities, anxiety, suicidal ideation and traumatic brain injury.
TMS : Nexstim
Originated from Finland, Nexstim builds TMS devices which are capable of providing standard 10Hz rTMS treatment for depression , and the newly approved 3-minute Theta-Burst Stimulation (TBS) for an accelerated treatment course. With its built-in navigation system used in neurosurgery, Nexstim can increase the chance of treatment success.
We're actively look for partners manufacturing self-administered or clinician-delivered neurostimulation devices. We can help distribute your products, provide professional training, and connect with local opinion leaders for a better dissemination.