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Christine Ozolins on how to use neuroscience to improve your knowledge, skills and creativity

Christine Ozolins, Chief Science Officer at Exsurgo, recently featured on the My Home Vitality podcast to discuss how neuroscience can help improve our knowledge, skills and creativity.  Christine explains the science behind learning and shares how repetition, recall and practice create and strengthen our neural pathways. She also shares when it is the best time …

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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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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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RadioNZ’s Nine to Noon on retraining the brain’s response to chronic pain

Kathryn Ryan, the host of RadioNZ’s Nine to Noon, spoke with Richard Little about the launch of the world’s largest clinical trial using EEG neurofeedback, which can be listened to here. They discuss the growing burden of chronic pain on New Zealand’s healthcare systems and economy, and how Exsurgo’s Axon headset offers an alternative treatment …

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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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Fighting chronic pain by controlling brain waves

Ever wondered how our Axon system helps people manage pain? The Spinoff’s Helen Glenny explains that when we see our own brainwaves, we are reminded that our pain doesn’t control us.  Speaking on the power of visualisation, Richard Little says: “For people who’ve had pain, or depression, they will plan their days around waiting and seeing …

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The Guardian’s Melissa Davey on why migraine pain is not just a bad headache

In another addition to The Guardian’s excellent series on chronic pain, Melissa Davey detailed the physical and mental distress caused by chronic migraines.  As she explains: “The pain begins on one side of the head but can end up on the other. They last longer. The pain is much worse. The vomiting is more prolonged.” …

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Richard Little tells the Exsurgo story on the Roll with the Punches podcast

Exsurgo co-founder and chief executive Richard Little made a guest appearance on Tiffanee Cook’s podcast, Roll with the Punches. In the episode, he provided a rundown of Exsurgo’s Axon technology, which showed promising results in a recent proof-of-concept trial in the UK, and talked about why he’s so passionate about helping the one in five …

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