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Non-invasive microcurrent waveforms to provide sinus pain relief

Tivic Health Systems Inc is a bioelectronic device company dedicated to developing microcurrent therapy solutions for chronic diseases and conditions. Tivic Health's Indiegogo campaign for ClearUP™ Sinus Pain Relief launched last week. ClearUP is a small hand-held device that uses non-invasive microcurrent waveforms to provide sinus pain relief to those suffering from allergic rhinitis, both year-round and seasonal allergies. Manufacturing for ClearUP is already underway and it will be available for-over-the-counter purchase in mid-September on Amazon and TivicHealth.com for $149. For more information see the IDTechEx report on Bioelectronic Medicine 2019-2029.
 
ClearUP is a chemical-free treatment that is easy to use and provides quick, convenient relief from sinus pain caused by allergic rhinitis, allergies from dust, mold, pollens, pet dander and more. Unlike pills, flushes or nasal sprays, ClearUP is completely non-invasive, can be used up to four times per day and lasts up to six hours per treatment. ClearUP is used by sliding over the sinus area along the cheek, nose and under the brow bone. Study results showed that three out of four experienced a reduction in sinus pain after one five-minute treatment. It's reusable and rechargeable and comes with a pouch for use at home, work or while traveling. ClearUP is clinically proven to be safe and effective and was cleared by the FDA in January 2019.
 
 
"Recent research shows promise for the use of microcurrents to provide anti-inflammatory therapy for patients suffering from allergic rhinitis, chronic sinusitis, and asthma. ClearUP is a good alternative to drug therapy and other forms of inflammatory therapy used to treat allergic rhinitis," said Subinoy Das, MD, Chief Medical Officer at Tivic Health. "Over-the-counter or prescription pills, sprays and sinus flushes as well as surgeries do not always address one's sinus pain."
 
 
Source and images: Tivic Health Systems Inc
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