For general inquiries, call 1 877-564-0008 or [email protected]. Fax PoNS device prescriptions to 1 (215) 754-4903.

Six Tips for Caregivers of Adults Living with MS

Six Tips for Caregivers of Adults Living with MS As a caregiver, you play a pivotal role in supporting a person with multiple sclerosis (MS) throughout their journey. You do so much to help them both physically and emotionally, providing much needed companionship. While you are taking care of your loved one, it is important […]

Building a community—an important step in your rehabilitation journey

Building a community—an important step in your rehabilitation journey Multiple sclerosis (MS) can touch every aspect of your life. It doesn’t only impact your coordination or mobility—it can also lead to social isolation. This leaves a heavy toll on your social engagement—limiting your ability to participate in activities you once enjoyed so much. Catching a […]

Helius Medical Technologies, Inc. Secures HCPCS Codes for Portable Neuromodulation Stimulator (PoNS®) Mouthpiece and Controller

Helius Medical Technologies, Inc. Secures HCPCS Codes for Portable Neuromodulation Stimulator (PoNS®) Mouthpiece and Controller March 4, 2024 at 7:00 AM EST — Significant step toward reimbursement for the only medical device approved in the U.S. for treatment of gait deficit due to multiple sclerosis (“MS”) — — Proceeds from recent stock issuances through the […]

Helius Booth and Special Event at APTA Combined Sections Meeting Will Highlight Physical Therapists’ Ability to Customize PoNS Therapy® to Improve Gait in People with MS

Helius Booth and Special Event at APTA Combined Sections Meeting Will Highlight Physical Therapists’ Ability to Customize PoNS Therapy® to Improve Gait in People with MS February 5, 2024 at 7:05 AM EST Event Appearance Caps Year of Growth: PoNS®-Trained PTs Now Found Across the United States NEWTOWN, Pa., Feb. 05, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — […]

Celebrate National Patient Recognition Week

Observed from February 1-7, National Patient Recognition Week serves as a call for healthcare professionals across the country to recommit themselves to delivering exceptional care and enhancing patient satisfaction.

How the Brain can be Rewired Using Neuromodulation Therapy

One of the biggest challenges those living with multiple sclerosis (MS) face is difficulty walking. Difficulty walking is also known as “gait deficit.” In MS, gait deficit can happen because MS damages sections of the brain responsible for motor functions.

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