Less Pain. Faster Healing. Improved Sleep.

What would it feel like to be pain free while your body is healing?

We can help if you have

  • sports injuries

  • arthritis

  • body and back aches

  • diabetic neuropathy

  • chemotherapy neuropathy

  • weight concerns

  • sleep problems

  1.  If you are receiving Chemotherapy, our device will reduce the side-effects of neuropathy.

  2. Our medical device not only helps reduce the mitigating effects of physical pain, it also reduces inflammation and increases mobility of joints.

  3. Whether you are suffering from swelling of feet, shooting pains, or throbbing muscles, our device will reduce the effects of Diabetic Neuropathy.

  4. Can’t Sleep? Our device allows you to sleep uninterrupted, pain reduced, and removes heat from your body enhancing the body’s natural sleep processes.

  5. Arthritis pain? Our device penetrates deep into the muscle and bone to numb pain and reduce inflammation without drugs. All natural.

  6. Sports Injuries. Who wants to sit on the sidelines for a minute longer than necessary while you are injured. Wouldn’t it be nice to not have to continually apply ice and then heat? Our device will apply heat and cold without interruption and at any temperature combination of hot and cold that is optimal to your situation. You will heal faster and be on the court, playing field or ski hill that much sooner! Our device will work day and night.

  7. Burn more calories by activating BAT (Brown Adipose Tissue). While you sleep, enable mitochondrial growth while using our device which burns more heat than white fat through uncoupled proteins. Bottom line is you can burn an extra 200 calories while you sleep!

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OUR TEAM

Our growing team of professionals include University Professors, Doctors of various disciplines, Sports and Injury specialists, IT, Engineers, and Marketing pros.

Patricia Dolez, PhD, PEng,    Assistant Professor, Textile Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

Patricia Dolez, PhD, PEng,

Assistant Professor, Textile Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada