H-Wave is a multi-functional electrical stimulation device intended to speed recovery, restore function, and manage chronic, acute or post-operative pain. It is a non-invasive drug-free alternative treatment option without harmful side effects. This unique technology stands apart from other electrotherapy modalities such as TENS, which only masks pain while the device is on, and traditional muscle stimulators; which use harsh signals and fatiguing muscle contractions to re-educate muscle. Whereas H-Wave is a rehabilitative device that focuses on addressing the root cause of symptoms and providing lasting, cumulative benefits; which patients can feel long after the device is taken off.

A Paradigm Shift in
Electrotherapy for Pain Relief and Recovery


Our vision is to improve the quality of life with drug free pain relief and functional restoration.


H-Wave can be used in a clinical setting, but is most effective when used on a regular basis. Patients can easily use the Home H-Wave device on their own several times per day or several times per week. Treatments typically last 30-60 minutes on average and can be done while relaxing in the comfort, convenience and privacy of their own home or preferred setting. Home H-Wave is used to help relieve pain and help speed the recovery process by increasing blood circulation and lymphatic drainage, improving range of motion, relaxing muscle spasms, and preventing disuse atrophy.


Ryan Heaney

Chief Executive Officer

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Evidence Based Medicine

Why PubMed and MEDLINE indexing are so important:

The system of Evidence Based Medicine creates checks and balances and a benchmark for credibility. Researchers, the Universities that employ them, Medical Journals, and the Peer-Review boards of those journals are all part of the checks and balances process to ensure the quality of published articles. The final step to create a benchmark for credibility is to ensure that the journal itself is credible; which is a role of the National Institute of Health and MEDLINE.

Medline is the largest component of PubMed, the U.S. National Library of Medicine’s database of biomedical citations and abstracts. Journals are only indexed by MEDLINE after meeting specific standards related to the quality of content and quality of editorial work, and the criteria considered to determine whether or not to index a journal for MEDLINE are significant. The final decision is made by the Director of the National Library of Medicine, based on considerations of both scientific policy and scientific quality. The Board of Regents of the Library sets policy for the Library. The Literature Selection Technical Review Committee has been established to review journal titles and assess the quality of their contents.