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Got Neuropathy? Quell Offers ‘World’s First Pain Relief Wearable’

By Amy Tenderich on July 1, 2015

QuellTHUMB Amongst the current flurry of wearable sensors and mHealth apps that appear to be so many elaborate toys, a new system called Quell stands out. It seems to have real potential to change lives… for many people with diabetes and beyond. Quell is a first-of-its-kind, drug-free option for reducing the pain of neuropathy, sciatica, and other chronic pain through neural pulses — delivered by a band wrapped just below the knee, with a companion app that allows users to change settings and track sessions via a smartphone or iPad.

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