The fight against ADHD has been tampered with, and it’s a good thing!
Digital therapeutics with a neurofeedback technique that is non-invasive can be used at home and works without drug distribution is the new weapon in the fight against ADHD.
At Inspiralia we worked with the leader of the new booming category of digital therapeutics to ensure public funding. For many companies, it’s the push they need to start getting things to move in the right direction and not only plan for the company future expansion but also execute it.
Thanks to the progress made so far and the potential effects of the project in larger scale our client raised another 1.3 million euros last year to introduce their revolutionary digital and therapeutic device in Europe, a major step forward in the combat against Attention Deficit Disorders.
Treating children and adolescents with Attention Deficit Disorders (ADHD) with or without hyperactivity, by using a unique medical device consisting of a therapeutic video game on an interactive tablet connected to the brain activity is what Mensia Technologies makes possible.
Children learn to control their attention by exercising 3 times a week during a 4 months period of treatment. Visual feedback given during the game, allows the children to learn, control and create automatisms. Significant reduction of their attention deficit and/or hyperactivity with long-lasting effects has been observed and the benefit versus risk ratio is extremely favorable and has not shown adverse events compared to the amphetamines drugs traditionally used for treatment as for example Ritaline.
A clinical trial is currently being conducted in five European countries to compare our client’s solution with methylphenidate, the current standard of ADHD care. It is the largest clinical study of its kind ever undertaken. Our client continues to further challenge themselves as they are going after new funds to enable a US expansion. We hope to receive good news on their behalf soon!