SynPhNe is an abbreviation of synergistic physio-neuro system. It is a path breaking brain-muscle relaxation focused method and a revolutionary wearable device which can help people recover from stress, disability and chronic disorders and chronic pain.
SynPhNe is a home use, non-invasive, connected health solution that helps train brain and body as ONE system.
It captures the brain and muscle signals to highlight a person’s unconscious responses which may be hampering recovery or improvement. These are then “self-corrected” using the Synphne dynamic relaxation protocol.
People from age 7 years to age 80 years who have brain and muscle challenges have benefited from using Synphne. Those who most wish to improve or get their independence back after stroke, difficulties in childhood, injury or ageing will benefit the most.
The device weighs only 0.7 kg all together and comes with medical grade lining and padding, which ensures both comfort and hygiene. Many people who used SynPhNe reported that they had reduced pain and discomfort compared to when they started.
The exercises are designed for safety and are relaxation focused with relatively low impact and intensity. The device is completely non-invasive with no electrical signals being supplied either to the muscle or brain. The device only reads the electrical activity in the body from the surface of the skin.
The device will initially be available in Singapore and India. If you buy in these countries and carry it to your own country, we will support you online through our online therapy personalization and training service.
Future availability in other countries will be notified on our website as we launch the service at these places. People from other countries may, of course, subscribe for the workshops, health programs, apps and online resources at any time.
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