At Biomerics, we specialize in and focus on six distinct segments of the medical device and healthcare industries. Our offerings and solutions in the cardiovascular, structural heart, cardiac rhythm management/electrophysiology, neurovascular, vascular access, and pain management markets are unrivaled.
For our final market-highlight blog, we’ve chosen to talk about our capabilities and expertise within the pain management market.
Arthritis, pain, and swelling are a direct result of aging. As we age our joints break down, cartilage wears thin, and the fluids that lubricate our joints begins to dwindle. The nerves around the spinal cord can become pinched, or constrained near the vertebrae causing pressure and tension. Fortunately, leading healthcare and device professionals continue to produce new products and procedures to help treat and eliminate chronic pain. We partner with customers to develop innovative devices and components in the neuroablation and neurostimulation markets–helping people around the world live a more enjoyable, pain-free lifestyle.
We specialize in the following sub segments of the pain management market:Neuroablation
Neuroablation, sometimes referred to as radiofrequency (RF) ablation, RF ablation, or RFA is a procedure used to provide lasting pain treatment to patients with chronic back and neck pain.
At Biomerics, our market expertise, vertical integration, and engineering experience enable us to efficiently and optimally develop and produce neuroablation devices for the most unique applications.Neurostimulation
We specialize in the design and development of short and long-term neurostimulation devices. Using our expertise in material science and engineering, we help our customers manufacture neurostimulation devices for standard and specialized applications.Access Catheters
We can design, extrude, and mold various access catheter configurations and assemblies that are used in the locating and inserting of another catheter, device, or fluid into the body for the treatment of pain.
To learn more, send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org), give us a call (801-355-2705), or visit the Pain Management section of our website.