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April 16, 2018

Leading Pain Practices Work With BioWave

BiowavePENS “Smarter Pain Blocking Technology” is a highly sophisticated and refined form of neurostimulation that leading pain practices work with. NO Programming, ease of use, incredible efficacy and……. WE ARE REIMBURSABLE BY MANY PRIVATE INSURANCE, WORKERS COMPENSATION, AND AUTO CARRIERS. Leading pain practices work with BioWave as we believe in helping treat patients with chronic,
April 4, 2018

BioWave empowers athletes to play pain-free

BioWave empowers athletes to play pain-free. It provides patented and portable pain relief for athletic trainers and their champions. BioWave is the chosen tool for athletic trainers and is used by over 90 professional sports teams (from the NFL and NHL to the NBA and MLB) plus over 160 major college athletic programs and high
April 1, 2018

BioWave seeks approval for at-home pain-relief device

By Alexander Soule Published 4:17 pm, Friday, March 30, 2018 Even as it sells a pain alleviation device for use in veterans hospitals, a local company is readying a home version that it hopes to sell through pharmacies, doctors and other channels, pending federal approval. BioWave was founded by Norwalk resident Brad Siff to design
March 29, 2018

BioWave’s Smarter Pain Blocking Technology Now Available at 40 VA Medical Centers Nationwide

Proprietary, Non-Opioid Treatment for Pain Captures Over 25% of the VA Hospital Market in One Year March 29, 2018 09:45 AM Eastern Daylight Time NORWALK, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BioWave Corp., a Health Technology company that delivers Smarter Pain Blocking Technology™ today announced that its patented technology is now in use at 40 U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
February 2, 2018

Norwalk’s BioWave pain-blocking tech expands from sports to veterans

By Kevin Zimmerman – February 2, 2018 If the “no pain, no gain” mantra has become something of a cliché, don’t tell Brad Siff. The founder and president of BioWave, a pain-blocking technology increasingly gaining favor with athletes, physicians and military veterans, had already built a prototype of his device when he tore his anterior