The Venowave gets featured on Overdrive Trucking magazine

November 16th, 2012

The Venowave is featured in the online version of Overdrive, a magazine for truckers. This only shows how versatile the Venowave is in helping individuals in different occupations who need a trustworthy device to maintain healthy circulation and in the process, prevent DVT and its complications.

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McMaster U. Research Team Seeks Ways to Improve Condition of Individuals Affected by Peripheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.)

September 20th, 2012

A research team at McMaster University is looking for possible ways the Venowave can help improve walking distance of individuals affected by Periheral Arterial Disease (P.A.D.). September is P.A.D. Awareness month.

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Venowave featured on

September 4th, 2012

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Venowave Carves Niche In Athletic World

August 28th, 2012

Venowave at the CanfitPro Trade and Fitness show in Toronto.

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Indiegogo Crowdfunding Initiative

August 1st, 2012

With 100% success in anecdotal case studies on wounded patients, we need YOUR help in raising funds to develop a large clinical study. Read more about it on our Indiegogo page.

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New Canadian-made portable device to treat circulatory problems

July 25th, 2012

Members of Canadas Olympic triathlon team- led by flag bearer Simon Whitfield- are wearing the Venowave, a first-of-its-kind, Canadian-made device designed to enhance circulation, increasing blood flow in the legs and feet while improving overall health.

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Stouffville Engineers invention offers hope to diabetics

July 16th, 2012

Article from the Stouffville Sun-Tribune. Engineer and scientist John Saringer set out to create a portable device that would increase blood flow from the calf back up to the heart.

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Device Could Help Diabetic Leg Sores Heal Faster

June 23rd, 2012

A new device to improve blood flow in the legs has captured the attention of researchers. CTV’s Medical Specialist Avis Favaro reports.

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