Cala Trio is a neuromodulation device that communicates with the body. Neuromodulation devices use electrodes to deliver stimulation to nerves in the body inhibiting signals or triggering neural impulses. Two aspects make Cala Trio unique, 1) delivering patterned peripheral nerve stimulation to the median and radial nerves that send signals to the brain, and 2)…

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With Cala Trio, therapy is calibrated to the patient’s specific tremor motion by performing a tremor-inducing postural hold for 20 seconds. In order to calibrate therapy, prescribers should select the tremor-inducing task that exhibits the maximum tremor for each patient. This step is important to ensure effective therapy for each user. The accelerometer in the…

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Cala Trio therapy delivers electrical stimulation to nerves in the wrist. These nerves project from the wrist to central brain networks that are responsible for generating hand tremor in essential tremor. Stimulation of the nerves in the wrist is thought to disrupt the network activity causing hand tremor and provide temporary and meaningful tremor reduction…

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