Newark medtech startup TheraV has a new project: A Youtube channel and documentary series called “Amputee Wisdom.” The series is the brainchild of TheraV founder and CEO Amira Radović, who has been collecting stories from people living with limb loss.
TheraV is the developer of the ELIX, a medical device that uses vibration to treat phantom limb pain in amputees.
“Amira is passionate about helping people, especially pain suffers, improve their quality of life, and she hopes to do so with shared stories,” said TheraV’s quarterly newsletter.
Check out a promo of the series, which will debut in August, here:-30-
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