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