Talking About Allevion’s Wrist Worn Device for Treating ET

Posted on March 2, 2022

Learn about Allevx, a neuromodulation wrist device for treating essential tremor, developed by Allevion Therapeutics. IETF Executive Director Patrick McCartney talks with Allevion’s CEO and Chairman Shawn Moaddeb and Board Certified Neurologist Dr. Neal Hermanowicz.

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20 thoughts on “Talking About Allevion’s Wrist Worn Device for Treating ET

  1. Hi Patrick, great Podcast, thank you. I currently have a unilateral DBS, so I was curious if that would exclude me from trying this when available. I would gladly volunteer for trials if I’m not excluded because of having a DBS, which only controls my right side.

  2. Please add me to the clinical trials list!
    I have ET and would love to be included!

  3. I would be interested in participating in a clinical study with your device. How does it differ from The Cala Trio?

  4. I have ET as well for 8 years or so and none of the medication had really helped long term. I would like to be part of the trial to. Warm regards.

  5. I am very interested in anything that would help my ET, which I have had for 60 years and, of course, it is only getting worse. My doc will not increase my meds so I am stuck.

  6. I would be interested in the clinical trial, if in fact it differs from the Cala Trio, which I have tried before.

    1. That timeline has not been set yet. The company will be starting clinical trials within the next year.

    2. I am 93 years old and my tremor is getting worse, although not as bad as some people.

      What will be the approximate cost of the device.

      1. The cost has not been set yet. The company is will be conducting clinical trials within the next year to evaluate its effectiveness.

  7. I AM INTERESTED IN YOURM DEVICE. I CAN NOT WRITE, SOMETIMES I CAN PRINT, BUT NOT VERY GOOD.

  8. I am 76 and my et has suddenly got worse this devise might help with, my computer
    use. Please keep me informed.

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