Norwalk (CT), April 14th, 2014 – What is common between a sports technology company and a nonprofit organization?
TicTocStop.org and the Bite Tech’s medical team are currently conducting a joint clinical study with 11 patients from the New York metro area to study how the use of a bite can improve the lives of people afflicted with Tourettes’s Syndrome (TS), by lessening the symptoms associated with the disorder.
Through BTS TMJOINT it’s possible to shape and customize specific splints for the patients, drastically reducing the number of tics associated with this disorder. “It is amazing to see what this device can do by decreasing the tics associated with Tourettes’s” said Jeff Padovan, CEO of Bite Tech. “The joy in these patients and their parents after having been treated with the bite is incredible”.
For more information about Bite Tech Inc. products, please visit: www.bitetech.com
For more information about TicTocStop.org, please visit www.tictocstop.org