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Drug-free Painkillers?

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.


Interview with Rick Rowan, CEO and Founder of NuroKor BioElectronics

Rick explains what BioElectrical medicine is, the many benefits involved and how he used his curiosity to start a business and bring a product to market.


Wearable drug-free painkiller and rehabilitator launched by tech start-up may be an answer to opioid epidemic

The newly-launched mitouch from UK-based NuroKor is a hand-held device which applies three types of bioelectrical pulses through the skin: MCS (microcurrent), NMS (neuromuscular stimulation) and PNS (peripheral nerve stimulation).

While there are other devices which have trialled bioelectrical technology for the treatment of pain, this is said by the firm to be the latest science applied to treatment and world’s first to incorporate a new generation of microcurrent known as ‘quadwave’.


Startup launches wearable drug-free painkiller and rehabilitator April 11, 2019

A new wave of bioelectronic medicine tackles pain without the need for drugs and rehabilitates injury. Its maker says the device is the answer to the painkiller and opioid epidemic.

The MiTouch is a hand-held device which applies three types of bioelectrical pulses through the skin: MCS (microcurrent), NMS (neuromuscular stimulation) and PNS (peripheral nerve stimulation).

While there are other devices which have trialled bioelectrical technology for the treatment of pain, this is the latest science applied to treatment and world’s first to incorporate a new generation of microcurrent known as ‘quadwave’.


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Start-up develops 'quadwave microcurrent' pain killing device

The device, the Mi-Touch, applies three types of bioelectrical pulses through the skin: microcurrent (MCS), neuromuscular stimulation (NMS) and peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS).

The device comes with several sticky pads that attach to the affected area, so they can be used during the day, while relaxing or even while sleeping. Athletes and fitness fans use the device on certain settings while training for extra strength gains.


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Using the NuroKor mitouch by Ian Bolland - review

For those who know me you will realise I can bang on about things when I have an injury. My ankle injury is the latest in a long line, and it has been troublesome since February.

With the assistance of an ankle support I have been trying to address a troublesome fallen arch which may have contributed.

The device itself looks like a smartphone. You then plug cables into the device which provide the....


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MobileTechTalk mitouch review

If you have ever suffered pain in your limbs, back, shoulders or anywhere really, you’ll know that it can be debilitating. The pain doesn’t have to be excruciating for it to impact your life adversely, and quickly. Depending on the issue, pain killers are a viable alternative, and they vary in strength, but people are, more than ever, cautious of what they put into their body, how often they take them, and for how long. Some pain killers, for some people, can have