Approximately 74% of patients who completed the 14 weeks of PoNS Treatment™ in the Long-Term Treatment Trial experienced significant improvement in their balance1. Patients also showed meaningful improvements in their gait and walking endurance2.
Does the PoNS Treatment™ work?
“As the lead physiotherapist involved in the clinical trials, I saw firsthand some of the most impactful and meaningful changes that participants experienced. As a result of improvements in their balance and gait, they were able to perform independent self-care tasks such as dressing, showering, walking up and down the driveway, and going grocery shopping.”
In patients with chronic balance deficit due to mild-to-moderate traumatic brain injury (mmTBI, including concussion or post-concussive syndrome), PoNS™ was studied in conjunction with targeted physical therapy in 2 clinical trials involving 165 patients1,2
(for both TBI-001 & Long-Term Treatment Trial)
Both trials had a high-frequency pulse (HFP) and low-frequency pulse (LFP) stimulation arm, in conjunction with physiotherapy.2,3
PoNS TreatmentTM is exclusively offered by authorized clinics, with multiple locations across Canada and more opening soon.
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References: 1. Helius Medical Technologies. Data on File. 2019 Post Hoc Analysis – Long Term Treatment Trial – Responder rate – Pharma Data Associates 2. Tyler M, et al. Arch Res Rehabil Clin Transl. 2019; 1(3-4):10026.