Jack Whelan

Helping chronic pain sufferers with technology

Electropages, February 17, 2022 – u-blox has announced that Exsurgo’s Axon headset for chronic pain treatment runs on a u-blox ANNA-B112 Bluetooth 5 SIP, also utilised for wireless communication. The headset is part of a 116-person clinical trial to demonstrate safety and efficacy. European Union. The solution to relieving chronic pain relies on neurofeedback, which involves …

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Joining an interdisciplinary neuroscience company with a common goal to ease human suffering

Earlier in December, I had the privilege of joining an innovative Kiwi neuroscience business, Exsurgo, as Postdoctoral Research Assistant. This marks an exciting change in direction for my career, with the same focus on improving the health of many people around the world – however this time exploring how EEG neurofeedback, backed by big data, …

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Using neurofeedback technology for treating chronic pain with Richard Little – Pushing the Limits podcast with Lisa Tamati

Exsurgo co-founder and chief executive Richard Little recently featured on Lisa Tamati’s Pushing The Limits podcast, to discuss chronic pain and the effects it has on your mental and emotional health.  Richard Little joined Lisa to talk about Exsurgo, and how their Axon product provides chronic pain relief. He also talks about how medical technology aids …

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Richard Little on neurofeedback for chronic pain – Restoring Innate Health podcast with Doctor Aaron Tressler

Exsurgo co-founder and chief executive Richard Little made a guest appearance on Doctor Aaron Tressler’s podcast, Restoring Innate Health.  On this episode, Richard discusses the power off EEG neurofeedback for treating chronic pain and the connection between the brain and body.  Restoring Innate Health, previously known as the Making Pittsburgh Healthy podcast, is set out to empower …

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Remote Brain Training – Treating chronic pain from the comfort of your own home by Richard Little, CEO, Exsurgo

It’s good to have plans, but it’s always better to have options. At Exsurgo, our plan was to launch the world’s biggest clinical trial of EEG Neurofeedback for the treatment of chronic pain, in conjunction with AUT and the Waitemata District Health Board. The nation’s latest staycation at alert level four has meant those plans …

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The AM Show interviews Christine Ozolins on NZ chronic pain trial

Ryan Bridge, newly appointed host of The AM Show, spoke with Exsurgo Chief Science Officer, Christine Ozolins on the launch of the upcoming chronic pain trial in New Zealand. Christine discusses her role in the 116 chronic pain patient trial, along with some insights into how Axon rewires and treats the brain when suffering from …

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Newstalk ZB’s Mike Hosking on NZ tech company launching clinical trial fighting pain with ‘brain training’

Mike Hosking, the host of Newstalk ZB’s Morning Show, spoke with Richard Little about the launch of the AUT/WDHB trial that is now underway with 116 chronic pain patients from Auckland, which can be viewed here and listened to below. They discussed the potential for Axon to be rolled out to hospitals and medical clinics worldwide by mid …

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Emma Russell from the NZ Herald on NZ tech company launching clinical trial fighting pain with ‘brain training’

Emma Russell, Health Reporter for the New Zealand Herald spoke with Richard Little about the launch of the AUT/WDHB trial that is now underway with 116 chronic pain patients from Auckland, which can be viewed here. They discussed the potential for Axon to be rolled out to hospitals and medical clinics worldwide by mid 2022, results …

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The back-shed inventor who built a pain-fighting brain machine, The Spinoff

In the first article of our content series with The Spinoff, they take a deep dive into the history of Exsurgo – starting from Richard’s ambition and innovation to help people close to him who had suffered the effects of a stroke, to the founding of Rex Bionics, all the way to the development of …

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