Neurovine is a Canadian company that aims to empower concussion patients by measuring brain health and optimizing their recovery process. The data collected by Neurovine allows physicians to track improvement, identify triggers, and prescribe appropriate treatment — all in a way that has not yet been possible.
The Neurovine team has worked with Canada’s leading experts in the MedTech space, conducted trials in the Digital Health program at the Elizabeth Bruyère Research Institute, and worked with individuals diagnosed with post-concussion syndrome to refine the technology.
Neurovine envisions a world in which brain health is visible and accessible — empowering everyone to reach their full potential for health and well-being. Also, the global concussions market, as per a report by Market Research Future (MRFR), is touted to register a CAGR of 3.22%, surpassing a valuation of USD 1,060.36 million during the forecast period (2015–2023), so this niche has great potential and low competitor score.
To continue the successful market penetration Neurovine brand, we designed the Neurovine mobile app, which helps remove the guesswork from managing brain-related injuries. The vision of our invention is to connect the proprietary Brain Sensing Headbands in pair with heart rate devices through a convenient mobile user interface.
Mainly the Neurovine app is designed to help the concussion recovery process through managing and controlling users’ cognitive tasks.
The app is designed to be used by athletic trainers, physical therapists, and physicians.
When an injury occurs, the app compares post-concussion data with the athlete’s baseline data to determine when it is safe to return to play.
UI project purpose: to represent what our deep tech algorithms are providing to patients and doctors. We are making brain health accessible and visible. To do this, we need to tell the story of their sessions and how proper management of concussion is 1) helping to optimize their recovery in real-time (through visualization of the sessions) and 2) improving their health over time.