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Health Tech World - In conversation with Rick Rowan, CEO and founder of NuroKor

NuroKor's CEO Rick Rowan
is interviewed by Health Tech World, he shares his own experience with 30+ years of chronic back pain, and details our exciting 2-year rise as a health tech start up. 


The Daily Struggle review the mibody ultra wearable therapy device

Wellbeing Editor of woman's lifestyle magazine, The Daily Struggle reviews the NuroKor mibody device. She shares how it has helped with her knee pain and in implementation into her exercise routine.


Mibody Review from Strength and Conditioning Coach, Shaun Gudge

Strength and conditioning coach, Shaun Gudge shares his review of the NuroKor mibody unit for both himself, his clients, and the residents in the elderly care home he looks after. He talks about use for cases of fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, carpal tunnel, a broken wrist, DOMS and torn muscles.


Athletics Weekly review 'mitouch' in their running tech guide

The NuroKor mitouch device was featured in Athletic's Weekly - Performance, where they discuss the features of the technology and their own results with the device.


Peak Performance review NuroKor mitouch in "EMS: Time to plug in for fitness"

John Shepherd, high performance coach, former international athlete and author looks at the scientific evidence for electrical muscle stimulation and whether athletes could use it not only for recovery, but for fitness gains too.


Talking Health Tech Podcast - Is Bioelectronics An Alternative To Medicine?

NuroKor CEO Rick Rowan is interviewed on the Talking Health Tech Podcast by Peter Birch. Throughout the recording they discuss the science behind bioelectronics, NuroKor's advancements and what is next for the company.


MadDogSki reviews NuroKor's mitouch for lower back pain and more

The NuroKor mitouch device is reviewed by MadDogSki journalist Fiona Best. Fiona shares her journey using the mitouch device and divulges the benefits she has found for the device outside of ski season. Including lowerback pain, fibromyalgia, period pain, arthritis and more.


Bespoke Black Book use the NuroKor mitouch to manage a shoulder injury

Katie Bamber reviews the NuroKor mitouch for the "indispensable guide to the luxury lifestyle" website Bespoke Black Book. She shares how the technology has assisted with a shoulder injury and recovery after surfing.


Awe365 review NuroKor mitouch, 'Bioelectronic medicine for aches and injuries' journalist Luke Rees reviews the NuroKor mitouch device. Click here to view the original article and read his review -specifically his use of the device to manage his Achilles tendonitis.


Rick Rowan - Entrepreneur, Innovator, Facilitator and founder of NuroKor

Rick Rowan was invited to be one of the judges for the 2020 Business Book of the Year Awards. Read Rick's bio for the judging panel. 


PlanetSki review the NuroKor mitouch product review

It’s a hand held bioelectronic device, the size of a smartphone, designed to aid with pain reduction, pain control, inflammation and recovery after an injury and post-exercise. Read Alf’s review.


Life In Orpington Magazine Share NuroKor In LifeStyle Section

Help might be at hand in the form of a hand-held device called the NuroKor mitouch. It sends bioelectrical pulses to help combat pain, mimicking the body's own electrical system. Find out what magazine Life On Orpington think of this portable technology.


Med-Tech Innovation Review the mitouch for an ankle injury

Journalist Ian Bolland from Med-Tech Innovation reviews the NuroKor mitouch device and shares how he has personally used the device for an ankle injury.


MobileTechTalk review the portable mitouch device

Mobile Tech Talk journalist Craig Bradshaw, reviews the mitouch touch screen device. If you have ever suffered pain in your limbs, back, shoulders or anywhere really, this article could be the one for you. 


NuroKor CEO Rick Rowan Interview On The Curiosity Key Podcast

Rick joins Charlie Whyman as a special guest on The Curiosity Key Podcast. He explains what bioelectrical medicine is, the many benefits involved and how he used his curiosity to start a business and bring a product to life. 


IoT Now explain how NuroKor technology works

IoT Now report on the newly-launched mitouch technology from UK-based NuroKor start-up - the mitouch is a hand-held device which applies three types of bioelectrical technologies. Learn how it works here. 


LifeScience Industry Reports on the mitouch portable technology

A new wave of bioelectronic medicine tackles pain without the need for drugs and rehabilitates injury. LifeScience Technology report on the NuroKor mitouch. 


Med-Tech Innovation Review the mitouch and 'quadwave micorcurrent' technology

The NuroKor mitouch, applies three types of bioelectrical pulses through the skin: microcurrent (MCS), neuromuscular stimulation (NMS) and peripheral nerve (PNS). Learn more about this groundbreaking technology.