The science has been around for over 100 years.
In 1843, German physiologist Emil Du Bois-Reymond discovered the role of electricity in wound healing and founded the new field of electrophysiology.
Modern rediscoveries of Du Bois-Reymond’s findings have revealed how the application of targeted electricity can significantly improve patient outcomes in both acute and chronic wounds, bringing electrophysiology into mainstream medicine, and revealing a breakthrough by-product; a significant reduction in pain.
In parallel, revolutions in the form of flexible electronics, along with miniature electronics, has given rise to flexible electronics and eliminating the need for expensive medical devices and ungainly wires, and allowing people to heal while living their daily lives. We call this HealWear™ Technology.
PatchFlow launches globally HealWear Technologies
2013, discovery of cellular potential
World’s first system on a chip
Emil du Bois-Reymond discovers the body response to electric fields, creates the field of electrophysiology.
Italian physician Luigi Galvani, took a dead frog and used small amounts of electrictity to stimulate the leg of a frog
And now it's wearable
PatchFlow®, the world’s first product powered by HealWear™ technologies, is the culmination of over a decade of research combining advances in medical science and state of the art wearable healing technologies. The device reveals new possibilities in the treatment of acute and chronic pain, migraines and sexual dysfunction.
Through targeted placement of PatchFlow®, the patch recruits and augments the body’s natural healing systems, accelerating wound repair, improving recovery and eliminating pain – 100% drug-free.