A Neuroscience Company

Cerevast is a medical technology company based in Redmond, Washington, USA, that develops medical products for the treatment of neurologic disorders.

The company’s first product, the Neurosonx™ SR is a Transcranial Ultrasound (TUS) device which transmits ultrasonic energy into the motor cortex region of the brain to promote recovery and rehabilitation from acute stroke. The device is designed to help stroke patients achieve improved functional recovery in the weeks and months following their stroke and to attain better long term clinical outcomes compared to existing medical therapies currently available.


Transdermal Electrical Neurostimulation (TENS)

Transdermal Electrical Neurostimulation (TENS) involves the use of low voltage electric current to modulate nerves for therapeutic purposes. TENS units are typically small, battery powered instruments that connect to the skin using two or more electrodes. Traditionally, TENS therapy has been used for the treatment of chronic pain.

Transcranial Ultrasound (TUS)

Transcranial Ultrasound (TUS) Therapy can be used to transmit ultrasonic energy into the motor cortex region of the brain to promote recovery and rehabilitation following the brain injury that occurs after a stroke. Unlike deep brain stimulation (DBS) which involves the placement of electrodes in a specific region of the brain


Neurosonx™ SR

The Neurosonx™ SR is a transcranial ultrasound (TUS) device that has been designed to help reduce long-term disability symptoms and enable patients to achieve improved clinical outcomes following a stroke.


Neuros™ is a novel transdermal electrical neurostimulation (TENS) device that delivers low voltage electrical impulses to the head and neck to reduce stress, increase physiological relaxation and improve overall sleep quality.


In addition to Cerevast’s initial product offerings for stroke recovery and improved sleep quality, the company has a deep portfolio of technologies for future products in …


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