SynSonix

SynSonix is a company that specializes in the non-invasive neuromodulation by use of ultrasonic waves. The platform technology, developed by Assistant Professor William (Jamie) Tyler at Arizona State University, involves remote control of neuronal activity in intact circuits using focused pulsed ultrasound. The novel approach to deep brain stimulation can provide convenient, non-invasive therapies for a host of neurological, psychiatric and developmental disorders such as: Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimer's Disease, Epilepsy, Autism, mental retardation, stroke, traumatic brain injury, depression, mania, addition, anxiety, pain control, PTSD, spinal cord injury, coma, neuromuscular diseases and several others.

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