by Ramona Socher

October 30, 2017

Smart Tech for Fragile Stages in Life

While being pregnant or at the beginning of a new life smart technology can be a big relief for overcoming insecurities in these fragile phases in life. There are wearables designed to serve the needs of this particular group. Kegel training is perhaps not a glamourous topic but an important one. Elvie’s award-winning kegel trainer […]

by Matias Posio

October 25, 2017

Worldwide hotspot for innovation and networking: The 5th MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE

The MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE will celebrate its 5th anniversary at MEDICA 2017. This worldwide hotspot for innovations in sports medicine and related disciplines takes place on MEDICA days 2 and 3, on the 14th and 15th of November. Here, renowned sports medicine experts, sports scientists, visionaries, physiotherapists and sports techies gather together for […]

by Ramona Socher

October 24, 2017

Disease Management Made Easy

Chronic diseases affect patients in their daily life and often influence their independence. Asthma for example is very common in our population today and requires being attentive all the time. Luckily we live in the year 2018 and there are several useful tools out there that can help give patients back their independence. A tool […]

by Ramona Socher

October 12, 2017

Activity and Vital Sign Monitoring for Medical Purposes

Our physical health is often suffering from todays stressful, demanding and fast-paced lifestyle. It is therefore all the more important to take care of your body and preventively monitor your health conditions. There is a number of exciting companies who encourage wearers living a healthier life with products. You can meet all of them at […]

by Ramona Socher

September 28, 2017

Wearables for Rehab

According to the American College of Sports Medicine, wearable technologies are the worlds current number one fitness trend (Thompson, 2015, 2016). By providing patients with an instant biofeedback, wearables not only have the possibility to prevent injury and overuse, but also to optimize training  (Düking, Holmberg, & Sperlich, 2017) which becomes of special interest in […]