SensArs coordinates a €3 million grant to test its bionic prosthetics
SensArs Neuroprosthetics has received a 3 million EUR grant as part of the European Union’s Horizon Research and Innovation program. The startup will coordinate and use the funds to further develop and test its product - the neuroprosthetic system. Read More >
Top '20 Most Innovative Companies to Watch, 2022
SensArs Neuroprosthetics Named In Business Worldwide Magazines' Top '20 Most Innovative Companies to Watch, 2022. Read More >
Sensars receives FDA Breakthrough Device Designation
Two Swiss start-ups have been granted FDA Breakthrough Device Designation recently: AMF for its Sigi Insulin Management system and Sensars for its system providing sensory feedback for those with limb loss to improve prosthesis function. Read More >
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Sensars is the only device able to completely eliminate pain by restoring sensory feedback
Neurotech of the future
Our neurotechnology creates countless new possibilities in the future, from brain-computer interface, to prosthetic control, obesity & depression treatment & beyond.
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The only device able to completely eliminate pain by restoring sensory feedback
By stimulating the peripheral nervous system our unique technology revives communication between nerve damaged areas and the brain which eliminates pain.
Breakthrough device designation
Successful human clinical trials
25+ Peer reviewed publications
Chronic pain from nerve damage affects millions of patients globally
Today, no existing solutions address the core cause of pain; a disrupted sensory feedback loop.
Sensars is the only technology able to completely eliminate pain by restoring sensory feedback.
How chronic pain works
How we eliminate pain with
How our closed loop system works
Electrodes are implanted in the nerve
An intra-nerve electrode array is implanted in the peripheral nerve and a stimulator is implanted nearby, enabling coverage of all damaged areas with sensory loss or pain with high selectivity.
Sensory restoration occurs
Neural circuits are reorganized. This revives natural sensations in the affected area and relays these renewed nerve signals to the brain.
Sensory feedback eliminates pain
Wearable sensors, external controller & transduction algorithms. We restore sensory feedback via highly selective stimulation using proprietary algorithms.