CES 2019 Health Tech: Tivic Health Introduces ClearUP Sinus Pain Relief Gadget

Posted: Dec 18 2018, 5:56am CST | by , in News | CES

 
CES 2019 Health Tech: Tivic Health Introduces ClearUP Sinus Pain Relief Gadget

New gadget treats Sinus Pain.

Tivic Health, a bioelectronic device company, will demonstrate ClearUP Sinus Pain Relief, the first bioelectronic treatment for sinus pain at CES 2019. The gadget offers a new way to manage sinus pain for the 27 million Americans who suffer chronic sinusitis and the 17 million who suffer allergic rhinitis (hay fever).

ClearUP Sinus Pain Relief is not a pill, spray or flush - it’s a small, handheld device used exclusively on the outside of the sinus passages. As the user glides ClearUP along their cheek, nose and brow bone, it locates areas of skin where tiny electrical waveforms can pass easily. This low-current electrical stimulation, called microcurrent, stimulates the nerves under the skin to relieve sinus pain.

“ClearUP is a groundbreaking product for sinus pain that was successfully tested in a double-blind Randomized Control Trial at Stanford Sinus Center. After just one treatment, three out of four users achieved sinus pain relief,” said Jennifer Ernst, CEO, Tivic Health. “ClearUP is taking the power of bioelectronic technology and providing consumers with a simple, non-invasive option to relieve sinus pain.”

Tivic Health's ClearUP Sinus Pain Relief is an investigational technology. Claims have not been evaluated by the FDA. ClearUP is not currently for sale in the U.S. FDA 510 clearance is pending.

About the ClearUP Device

Easy one-button control

Three intensity levels for user customization

Light and vibration system helps users target treatment points

Quick five-minute treatment

Portable for home, work, travel

Non-invasive, no chemicals or side effects

Rechargeable & reusable

Price: $149

Tivic Health plans to sell ClearUP Sinus Pain Relief, upon FDA clearance.

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