Soterix Medical is the world leader in non-invasive neuromodulation and brain stimulation technology.
Researchers and clinicians choose Soterix Medical devices and accessories where the highest standards in performance are required. Soterix Medical products stand-out for their usability, unique features, and precision. Leveraging the most advanced scientific understanding, Soterix Medical technology is the forefront of neuromodulation clinical trials for the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders and rehabilitation.
Soterix Medical Inc. partners with ElMindA Ltd. to develop a new paradigm for pain control. Visualizing individual pain networks to revolutionalize the targeted treatment of pain - one patient at a time.
For combining tDCS with monitoring technologies (such as EEG, PET, MEG, Eye-tracking, NIR, fMRI) - Soterix Medical is the only company with the technology and expertise to ensure successful integration.
Hunter College of The City University of New York will investigate the use of Soterix Medical 1x1 tDCS (transcranial direct current stimulation) in conjunction with speech-language therapy, for the improvement of language production in stroke survivors with aphasia.
Trial will compare Soterix Medical tDCS-LTE™ technology against a fully dosed, effective antidepressant Escitalopram oxalate (Lexapro). Recruitment ongoing. Soterix Medical 1×1 Clinical Trials (CT) device using Limited Total Energy (LTE™) technology is being used in the study.
The purpose of this study is to determine if transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is effective in the treatment of chronic pelvic pain associated with endometriosis Soterix Medical 1×1 tDCS device is being used in this study.
The purpose of this study is to determine if treatment with tDCS for Parkinson's and Related Disorders has any improvement of Speech, Gait and Mood. Soterix Medical 1×1 CT device is being used in this study.
The main idea of this study is that brain stimulation can enhance functioning in the specific brain regions/networks, thereby increasing the patients' ability to benefit from memory rehabilitation. Soterix Medical 1×1 CT device is being used in this study.
High-Definition tDCS (HD-tDCS) clinical trial underway for Treatment of Refractory Partial Onset Epilepsy in adults and children at NYU School of Medicine. Soterix Medical HD-tDCS device is being used in this study.
Trial will assess the clinical and neurophysiological effects of a non-invasive brain stimulation technique - transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)- on cortical plasticity and motor learning in children with cerebral palsy.
This study will evaluate the influence of non-invasive brain stimulation on different elements of cognitive function in healthy persons between the ages of 18-90 years. Soterix Medical 1×1 tDCS device is being used in this study.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and the US Department of Education will investigate the effects of Soterix Medical 1x1 transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on the pain and itching associated with burn injury. This study is part of the Boston-Harvard Burn Model System.
Follow up Phase II, HD-tDCS clinical trial underway for fibromyalgia at Harvard Medical School and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, and in conjunction with Elminda Corporation. Exclusive Soterix 4x1 HD-tDCS being used.
This study is testing whether the addition Soterix Medical 1x1 transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) when combined with meditation helps decrease the abdominal pain in patients with chronic pancreatitis.
Epilepsy Foundation awards a New Therapy Grant for a clinical trial of High-Definition tDCS in pediatric epilepsy. Dr. Alexander Rotenberg will lead a team of clinical investigators including at BCH and Harvard Medical School.
NIH grants Burke Medical Research Institute $3m to conduct the most controlled trial of tDCS for stroke rehabilitation to date. The Soterix Medical 1x1 platform is the most advanced and the industry standard for tDCS clinical trials for rehabilitation.
Soterix Medical Inc. receives FDA Clinical Trial IDE for High-Definition tDCS (HD-tDCS) to improve IQ in pediatric Down syndrome. HD-tDCS is the only non-invasive, brain targeted, and low-intensity technology designed to promote neuroplasticity.
Dr. Bernadette Gillick's Pediatric Rehabilitation Laboratory is supported by the NIH and University of Minnesota Clinical and Translational Science Institute to investigate the use of a form of tDCS for interventions in rehabilitation for children. Subject specific analysis with Soterix Medical Neurotargeting™ will guide current to brain cells in the injured part of the brain.
NIH grants Soterix a Phase-1 STTR grant to develop HD-tDCS for stroke rehabilitation. The first technology capable of delivering therapeutic direct current to target brain regions involved in functional recovery.