The ENABLer that changes lives by reading brain and muscle signals

Channel News Asia | August 27, 2017 SynPhNe is very happy to share a short video about the founders and the company, created by Channel News Asia Singapore in collaboration with SPRING and AStar, Singapore’s premier industry and research funding bodies respectively. Thanks to Spring Singapore and A*Star (I2R) for supporting our work. Of course big thank you to NTU …

Device helps stroke patients recover at home

Straits Times | Chia Yan Min | December 14, 2016 Patients who have suffered a stroke or serious injury often go through months of hospital therapy in the hope of regaining muscular functions. Dr Subhasis Banerji and Dr John Heng have developed a wearable device called SynPhNe (pronounced “symphony”), which allows these patients to undergo rehabilitation at home. The SynPhNe …

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SynPhNe – Revolutionizing Stroke Rehabilitation In Patients, Enabling Them For Life

Biotechin.Asia | Laxmi Iyer | October 3, 2016. In the recently concluded Techventure 2016, an anchor event at SWITCH 2016, I met Dr. John Heng, Director and Co-founder/Inventor and Dr. Subhasis Banerji, the MD and Co-founder/Inventor of SynPhNe, who spoke passionately about how their company is changing the way stroke rehabilitation is done in patients and helping in accelerating their …

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Stroke rehabilitation system shows users how to improve their dexterity

ScienceDaily | Nanyang Technological University | April 11, 2013. People recovering from strokes can often find rehabilitation very frustrating. They try to move their hand in a certain way, for instance, but it just won’t do it – why not?That’s where a new system known as the Synergistic Physio-Neuro Platform (SynPhNe) comes into the picture. It guides patients through exercises, monitors …

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Moving Healthcare Forward

SPRINGnews | May 2015. Medical technology start-up Synphne is off to a healthy start thanks to the advantages offered by Singapore’s start-up ecosystem. Synphne’s device – which it expects to launch next year – synthesises physical and neurological therapy techniques to aid patient recovery. By capturing patients’ brain and muscle activity in the form of data, the product can help ensure …

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Device ‘improves stroke recovery’

Healthcare Asia Daily | April 15, 2013. Scientists at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have come up with a new device which they say can improve recovery in stroke patients. The gadget, named Synergistic Physio-Neuro Platform (SynPhNe), consists of computer software connected to a headset with sensors and adjustable cuffs. It works by detecting a patient’s muscle movements and allows stroke …

Technology Evolves to Enhance Stroke Recovery

The Stroke Network | David Wasielewski. Science and technology continue to develop innovative tools for stroke recovery. These advances arise as neurologists come to more fully understand the brain’s extraordinary ability to recover from the damage that stroke brings. Understanding how the brain recovers allows medical practitioners and bioengineers to focus on ways in which technology can help the brain …

NTU scientists develop new stroke rehabilitation device

News Medical | April 12, 2013. Patients whose progress plateaued after undergoing conventional treatment showed new peaks in recovery under new system Scientists from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have developed a new stroke rehabilitation device which greatly improves recovery in stroke patients. Thanks to this invention, stroke patients who had undergone conventional rehabilitation for a year or more and had …

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SynPhNe Stroke Rehabilitation System

Mobile Mag | Leo Xavier | Apr 12, 2013. “For example, if a patient wants to move his wrist, but his wrist is not moving, SynPhNe will be able to show him that his mind had sent out a signal, his muscles have received it, but because supporting and opposing muscles are clenched, he will need to relax the opposing muscle in …

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Stroke rehabilitation system shows users how to improve their dexterity

News Atlas | Ben Coxworth | April 12th, 2013. People recovering from strokes can often find rehabilitation very frustrating. They try to move their hand in a certain way, for instance, but it just won’t do it – why not?That’s where a new system known as the Synergistic Physio-Neuro Platform (SynPhNe) comes into the picture. It guides patients through exercises, monitors their performance, …