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Remedee app

How to fight chronic pain? Try an endorphin-stimulator Remedee Labs and its comprehensive app—already tested in clinical trials.

Digital Health IoT

How to fight chronic pain? Try an endorphin-stimulator Remedee Labs and its comprehensive app—already tested in clinical trials.

Scope

  • Product Consultancy
  • Mobile app development
  • User Journey
  • UX/UI Design

Over 1.5 billion people are dealing with chronic pain. That’s nearly one-fifth of the global population living with migraines, fibromyalgia, and cognitive dysfunctions. Offering them pain management is not new. But modern technology that does it safely and effectively is.

Remedee Labs uses both a digital platform and a wearable electronic endorphin stimulation for pain relief.

A wristband transmits millimeter waves to release endorphins - natural painkillers produced by every human being. A personalized Remedee app connected to a digital platform allows users to monitor their state and learn about their condition through community support and a series of specialist-approved articles.

A photo with visuals. A close-up of human hands - one wearing a Remedee wristband. The other is holding a smartphone with a screenshot from the Remedee app. Visuals of arrows from the phone to text bubbles. From text bubbles to the wristband. Using the Remedee app, patients can connect with a doctor or chronic pain specialist.

The aim: help people to use their own resources to achieve a better quality of life.

A photo wireframe showing a screenshot from Remedee app. It's a sleep and health diary.
A photo wireframe showing a screenshot from Remedee app.
A photo wireframe showing a screenshot from Remedee app. It's an app usage diary showing how many endorphin boosts a user already had during the day.
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Collaboration with Remedee Labs included:

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Developing native apps. Starting with iOS app development and, after quick user tests, creating an Android app.

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Machine Learning to personalize the app. Remedee adjusts to the user’s lifestyle, including sun exposure, wristband usage, and external data, e.g., Apple Health and Google Fit.

Two smartphones against a purple background. Both phone screens display screenshots from the Remedee app showing various endorphin levels.

Focusing on user experience and extending features delivering value to people who suffer from pain, stress, and sleep deprivation.

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Establishing Bluetooth Low Energy connections for the multiple Remedee devices while adapting to clinical study results and new product requirements.

The result?

The first-ever individual endorphin stimulator. Completely painless and extremely easy to use. Unique and non-invasive technology for neurochemical stimulation—changing the way people heal.

Remedee Labs is currently in clinical trials.
Expanding its range of services to address other
chronic pain conditions.

A white woman in her 30s wearing a Remedee wristband. She's smiling.

“I am really glad that Untitled Kingdom’s reliable team has helped us to squeeze our product to the fullest. When creating a digital health product having an experienced software and product team is crucial to comply with medical regulations.”

Michael Foester / Co-Founder and CTO of Remedee Labs Michael Foester / Co-Founder and CTO of Remedee Labs
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