CareWear Wearable Therapeutics – Wearable light is here
CareWear® Corp Wearable Therapeutics is a privately held firm based in Nevada USA. The founders have years of experience in product development and design, outcomes research and clinical education in medical devices. CareWear has developed the world’s first method of printing light for athletic recovery and pain relief, with over 50 patents on their technologies and processes.
CareWear have years of experience working with athletic organisations across the United States, along with an extensive network of contacts among trainers and athletes in professional and amateur sports. CareWear are dedicated to helping athletes at all levels perform better and recover faster, no matter where their sport takes them!
Wearable light patches for pain relief and recovery
The first wearable, wireless, FDA-registered LED light patches for athletes in all sports: on the training field, on the road, even at home. With 5000+ LEDs per patch, CareWear Light Patches start relieving pain and accelerating recovery in just 30 minutes
Addressing the Pain Problem
Early intervention with non-drug pain relief and recovery technology, non-opioid pain medication, and physical rehabilitation helps prevent the opioid drug dependency by effectively managing pain.
CareWear® technology is
- Safe alternative to opioids
- Easy to Use – “Stick & Go”
- Clinically proven to reduce pain
- Innovative wearable technology
Startup Challenge Winner for Pain Relief & Recovery
Nevada-based CareWear was a winner in the 2018 Startup Challenge at SPIE Photonics West, the world’s largest event for the photonics, laser and biomedical optics industries. CareWear was recognised for the development of a new light-based technology for pain relief and injury recovery.
Known as “the Academy Awards of Photonics” the SPIE Startup Challenge is a high-stakes, global competition where entrepreneurs in photonics present their products and services to a panel of expert judges in technology, finance, and business.
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