A neurotech firm focused on neurological fitness, Helius Medical Technologies Inc. has publicized how it has signed a contract with the University Health Network to conduct a clinical experience program to allow it, as well as 3 private Canada-based neurorehabilitation clinics, to gauge the firm’s Portable Neuromodulation Stimulator device, together with physical therapy, on individuals having chronic balance discrepancy because of mild-to-moderate distressing brain damage in Canada
The Director of the KITE Research Institute, which is a research institute situated inside University Health Network, Dr. Milos Popovic stated that when innovative technologies that have been given Health Canada approval, for instance, the PoNS device are installed in Canada, it is vital for the medical and healthcare center to be allowed to gain valuable experience with the technologies to aid in deciding the degree to which they can be embraced by clinical operations. He added that it also delivers an opportunity for an established medical research hospital like University Health Network to work alongside other healthcare clinics to construct a sturdy and vast network for medical establishments that can boost clinical knowledge, familiarity, and installment of new technologies in Canada.
An Affiliate Scientist at KITE and a lead scientist in the PoNS clinical program at KITE, Dr. Sukhvinder Kalsi-Ryan stated that since the PoNS device is comparatively new in the nation, they are thrilled to have Helius back their wish to gauge its technology in a clinical program to aid in determining the degree to which the technology can form a segment of the clinical practice in treating individuals having chronic balance deficit because of mmTBI. He added that the patients based in Canada who intend to partake in this clinical trial which makes use of the PoNS technology call get in touch through calling (416) 597-3422 or through visiting www.rocketclinic.ca to check if they qualify to participate.