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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.

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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.

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Wellbeing Radio's interview with NuroKor CEO Rick Rowan

NuroKor CEO Rick Rowan is interviewed by Carey Davis-Munro on Wellbeing Radio. They discuss NuroKor's wearable technologies and the impact of bioelectronics. Listen to the full interview here.

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Track and Field Coach John Shepherd Reviews EMS Training with NuroKor

Former international long jumper, and coach to UK's elite athletes, John Shepherd, discusses the gains of EMS in your training, using NuroKor technologies. Watch his video here.  


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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 here. 

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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.


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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.


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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....


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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.....


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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...