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Join Helius at this year’s CSM in Boston, MA, and learn more about PoNS Therapy.

Note: The device has been authorized in Australia as a non-implantable neurostimulator intended for short-term use by healthcare professionals as an adjunct to a therapeutic exercise program to improve balance and gait. It is not yet commercially available in Australia. 

February 9, 2024

Listen to PoNS’ recent appearance on The MSing Link podcast hosted by Dr. Gretchen Hawley.  In this episode, Dr. Hawley interviews Whitney Patrickson Director of PT at Helius Medical, and Dr. Naseem Chatiwala. 

Individual results and patient experiences vary. 

Speak to your physician to determine if PoNS is right for you.

December 20, 2023

Read Dr. Naseem Chatiwala’s article about PoNS, a portable therapy that improves gait for people with multiple sclerosis (MS), and how it pushes physical therapy beyond the plateau many patients and physical therapists experience in progress. 

October 3, 2023

A first-of-its-kind technology is boosting the benefit of physical therapy for MS patients through electrical pulses that aim to ‘rewire’ the brain and activate neural pathways.

July 20, 2023


Shepherd Center has joined Helius Medical Technologies, Inc.’s Therapeutic Experience Program (TEP).

May 17, 2022

Neurological wellness company Helius Medical Technologies launched its breakthrough Portable Neuromodulation Stimulator (PoNS) to help multiple sclerosis (MS) patients who struggle to walk.

April 20, 2022

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