HISTORY

Cuff pressure algometry is based on research from the past 15 years at Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction (SMI), Aalborg University, Denmark. In 2013 this research resulted in NociTech as a spin-out from Aalborg University, which has been developing and maturing the technology.

RESEARCH

Cuff pressure algometry has been documented to be reliable and reproducible. The method has furthermore been widely used to study pain mechanisms in healthy controls and in patients with chronic pain conditions.

RESEARCH

Cuff pressure algometry has been documented to be reliable and reproducible. The method has furthermore been widely used to study pain mechanisms in healthy controls and in patients with chronic pain conditions.

Marianne Andersen, CEO

“Our aim is to revolutionize the way pain patients are diagnosed and treated.”

Marianne Andersen has a BSc degree and an Executive Master of Business Administration eMBA. For the past 25 years, she has worked with product and business development and strategy for global medtech companies. She found her inspiration while visiting Silicon Valley and SRI International.