July 2022: Back Coach™ by Myovolt

Myovolt launching a smart wearable solution for the millions of people dealing with daily back pain.

Back Coach™ by Myovolt - The first intelligent platform to track and treat back pain.

Myovolt is launching a new platform technologyBack Coach™ for the treatment and tracking of lower back pain. The digital platform centers around Myovolt’s evidence-based wearable vibration technology for personalised Musculoskeletal(MSK) rehabilitation and therapy.

The digital platform uses a combination of app-delivered clinical exercises and Myovolt physical treatment whilst also tracking and reducing lower back pain - the Worlds number 1 disability. Using a mix of data from health wearables, reported pain scoring, and intelligent physical treatment, the platform will track and adjust to deliver pain management long term. This technology makes remote drug-free MSK treatment accessible to anyone and is the world's first in the growing area of remote digital health.

 

About Myovolt

Myovolt technology is research-backed FDA-registered MSK treatment backed by global patents, multiple published clinical studies, and a strong clinical advisory team. Designed to deliver remote treatment anytime, anywhere, Myovolt is founded by experts who have scaled and delivered wearable technology to BMW, NASA, Adidas, Apple, and many other global brands.

Find out more about Myovolt here: www.myovolt.com

Jürgen Thalmayer
July 1, 2022

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