AdaFlow is said to be the first pressure wave massage device that has been developed for people on the go. Magzor Corporation, the maker of AdaFlow, today announced the launch of an Indiegogo campaign through which supporters can be among the first people to get their hands on the device and also support a future clinical trial.
Engineers for Magzor actually made an accidental discovery while they were conceptualizing a “smartsuit,” they soon realized that they could make a straight-forward device that could tackle circulation-related issues. The company plans to secure FDA approval for the device once it’s fully developed.
AdaFlow addresses issues with typical hospital devices that usually involve air bladders which can only pump and can’t create a wave in one direction. It’s unlike other electrical simulation devices which tend to be expensive and can often not work well for the elderly, the morbidly obese or people with very little muscle tone.
It has a compact, mobile design that can wrap around the upper or lower leg. AdaFlow generates a pressure wave that massages the covered area and can help with sore muscles, stiffness and health issues arising from sitting or standing most of the day, less than required post-workout movement, long road trips and even frequent air travel.
The design of this device and a functioning prototype has already been created by Magzor and it’s going to use the funds generated from the Indiegogo campaign to make AdaFlow more efficient and sleek. It will even add a portable power source for air travel as well as make a model that’s Bluetooth capable.
Magzor will also run a clinical trial for AdaFlow to gain FDA approval for the treatment of circulation related diseases and injuries like heart disease, diabetes, deep vein thrombosis and more. The company is aiming to raise $65,000 and pledging $129 right now will get you the original AdaFlow sensor at this early bird price.