Unveiling a Groundbreaking Device for Advancing Physiotherapy Research at University of Cyberjaya
The University of Cyberjaya and AdipoLABs Healthcare (M) Sdn Bhd have forged a significant partnership by signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU). This collaboration aims to drive forward the field of physiotherapy research while also creating valuable opportunities for industrial cooperation.
Through this strategic agreement, AdipoLABs will provide a platform for the innovative medical device known as the Pain Bot within the University's Physiotherapy lab. This collaborative initiative opens the door for joint research endeavors and a sharing of expertise. The Pain Bot is especially noteworthy as it stands as Malaysia's pioneering advanced equipment designed for pain detection and treatment.
The Pain Bot represents a revolutionary approach to healthcare, particularly in the domain of pain diagnosis and management. Through the integration of sophisticated algorithms and sensory technologies, this exceptional device has the capability to precisely identify the sources of pain within the body, thus eliminating the requirement for patients to verbally communicate the exact location. This particular feature holds tremendous value, especially for patients who face challenges in articulating the origin of their discomfort.
What sets the Pain Bot apart is its incorporation of a comprehensive pain scale, which offers a quantifiable means of assessing pain levels on a scale ranging from 0 to 12. This innovative aspect contributes to a more objective and precise evaluation of the intensity of pain, thereby enhancing the understanding of healthcare providers regarding their patients' conditions and ultimately resulting in more effective and targeted treatment interventions.
In addition to its diagnostic capabilities, the Pain Bot showcases its versatility by offering a combination of low-frequency and ultrasound treatments for pain relief. This diverse functionality positions it as a powerful tool in the realm of pain management and treatment.