Our Programs

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The painrelief chronic pain management program is a non-drug, non-invasive approach to chronic pain treatment. It uses the Nuraleve SmartStim M1000 transcranial direct current stimulation device, a Health Canada-licensed platform for the treatment of chronic pain.
The craverelief smoking cravings program brings a turn-key craving reduction solution into your practice. This program offers a complete suite of services to facilitate the client session from start to finish.

The Science

Our programs use an innovative form of neuromodulation known as transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). tDCS targets a specific brain region, has minimal side effects, and requires very low amounts of stimulation to see results. tDCS is a well-researched technology with numerous clinical trials showing its effectiveness.
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The Technology

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The M1000 provides a safe tDCS treatment
The PC or Android device can control the M1000
The cloud stores the logged data for billing later on

Our Services

iconDeliverySystem We provide you with the all the hardware and accessories
iconTraining We train you in the science and how to use the system
iconMyAccount We provide you with documentation, billing information, and marketing material
iconSupport Something goes wrong or just have a question? We’re there for you
iconSupplies We provide you with supplies to keep operations running

The Big Questions

  • What does it cost to adopt the program?
  • There is no cost in adopting the program into your clinic. We charge per treatment, the patient is billed and the fee is split between you and us.

  • Is it covered by insurance?
  • We are currently working with OHIP to get the programs covered under public insurance. Some private insurers might cover it under existing programs.

  • What do I need to have to integrate the program?
  • You must be a registered clinic or practice in Ontario in order to be eligible. You must have a desktop computer or Android device, and internet access.

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