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Medical Innovation

    Discover the Shamengo pioneers who take care of their mind and body and of all of us!

    Gareth Edward Kempson

    Bridgend / United Kingdom
    Je fabrique des pansements à base de larves vivantes pour guérir les plaies
    BioMonde est une société européenne spécialisée dans le soins des plaies, la fabrication et la distribution de la larvothérapie, en particulier la détersion des plaies chroniques et difficiles à guérir. Ensachées vivantes et appliquées sur la peau, les larves de la mouche Lucilia Sericata éliminent les tissus morts et favorisent la cicatrisation. La larvothérapie revêt un triple intérêt : la détersion, la désinfection et la promotion du tissu de granulation.

    Prenons soin de nous informer !

    The Peery Foundation supports Mobile Medic

    20 April 2016
    Mobile Medic, the non-profit founded by Shamengo pioneer Josh Nesbit has just received a $1M grant from the Peery Foundation to support health care access in developing countries.

    Riders for Health stages “Day of Champions”

    19 August 2015
    Every year during the week before the famous British MotoGP, thousands of Grand Prix fans join Riders for Health for the charity event Day of Champions.

    L’exosquelette ReWalk est lancé en Inde

    7 July 2015
    Notre entreprise pionnière ReWalk vient de sceller un partenariat avec Saimed Innovations (leader sur le marché des technologies médicales) pour distribuer son système d’exosquelette en Inde.

    ReWalk exoskeleton approved for residential use in USA

    21 October 2014
    In 2001, Amit Goffer created the ReWalk exoskeleton, which allows paralyzed people to walk again. With this advanced support structure, users can regain the capacity to walk independently, after a period of training. This revolutionary system is now available to American and Canadian homes!

    The unknown qualities of hypnoses...

    9 April 2014
    After having introduced hypnoses in operating rooms, our belgium pioneer Marie-Elizabeth Feymonville is now spreading its use. She's currently helping women with breast cancer fight tiredness. Let's focus on this practice whose qualities are still largely unknown...