A giant leap in neural recovery
- Aviv Grinboim
- Partner, VP R&D
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The path to neurological recovery is set to take a giant leap forward with BrainQ's revolutionary technology. This is done by combining machine learning and data optimisation with a whole-brain magnetic field generator.
How it works
With BrainQ’s device, a patient can receive treatment by wearing the device for an hour each day. The device projects low-frequency and low-intensity electromagnetic fields on a patient to stimulate neurological recovery in the central nervous system.
By using artificial intelligence, the device can tailor the frequency of the electromagnetic impulses to stimulate the recovery to a specific patient's specific needs. The AI will do this by suggesting the most optimal frequency to use based on data collected from both healthy and non-healthy individuals’ brainwaves.
For decades, the standard recovery method for patients suffering from neural damage, such as a stroke, has been repetitive physiotherapy targeting the retraining of a patient’s motoric functions. The treatment can take years, and improvements are usually only incremental. BrainQ’s technology and device have the potential to change that, and redefine neuro recovery treatment.
A medical device for a consumer environment
The device's simplicity of use is combined with smart material selection allowing a cutting-edge production method to keep costs of manufacture relatively low. The product itself is a beautiful and comfortable “wearable” platform, allowing non-invasive use. Its relatively small size, compared to that of a large MRI scanner, will allow personal treatment at locations outside the hospital.
The groundbreaking handheld 3D scanner – designed and user-tested for Cherry Imaging – is the very first device in the world that precisely measures aesthetic medical treatments before delivering objective patient data before and after treatments.