The pain therapy technology is a non-invasive method for rapid treatment of high-intensity oncologic, neuropathic, and drug-resistant pain through a biophysical rather than a biochemical manner. The method incorporates electromedical equipment for electronic nerve stimulation, and uses the nerve fiber as a passive means to convey a message of normality to the central nervous system (CNS) by a procedure defined as scrambling or tricking of information, which then enables the CNS to modify the reflex adaptive responses - referred to as TEMPR - Transcutaneous Electrical Modulation Pain Reprocessor. It has been successfully used on over 3,000 patients in Europe.
The global pain management market is estimated to reach $60 billion by 2015. Potential market opportunities include hospitals, nursing homes and hospices, cancer treatment centers, and pain management centers.