WVXU News Features Palarum Smart Socks' Role in Treating Back Pain at Mayfield Brain & Spine

The use of Palarum Smart Socks at Mayfield Brain & Spine to help treat back pain was recently featured on Cincinnati public radio station WVXU 91.7.  

Produced and written by WVXU reporter and midday host Ann Thompson, the story published on Feb. 6 follows a chronic back pain sufferer whose gait and pace were calculated using Smart Socks in order to develop an effective treatment approach.

"The WVXU coverage of our smart socks helping to ease back pain at Mayfield Brain & Spine highlights the expanding value of our wearable technology in mobility treatment, patient fall prevention, and numerous other patient care applications," said Palarum CEO Patrick Baker.

About Palarum

Founded in 2016 by Patrick Baker, a former chief nursing officer at a large acute care hospital and inventor of the PUP® smart patient sock, Palarum created the revolutionary PUP® smart sock that incorporates patented technologies woven into conductive fabric. The technology enables real-time monitoring to prevent patient falls and enhance physical therapy and rehabilitation. PUP® is the most technologically advanced, nurse-centric, patient mobility system in healthcare. It improves patient safety by greatly reducing injuries from falls and significantly reduces costs related to falls. It also decreases alarm fatigue through a smart notification system and generates critical new data to enhance facility operations. PUP® is designed for acute care hospitals, as well as facilities for rehabilitation, long-term care, and physical therapy. www.palarum.com. 

Source: Palarum LLC