Scientist, innovator and registered dentist Mary Hägg has recently been awarded the title of Docent/Associate Professor in experimental ear, nose and throat diseases at Uppsala University. Her wide-ranging research centres on neuromuscular training and how it can be used to treat a range of conditions from Hiatus hernia, reflux and sleep apnoea to speech and […]
The UK Stroke Forum, one of the largest European forums for researchers in stroke care, took place in December 2020. Among the 230 scientific studies submitted to the event, a jury selected a study on dysphagia by Dr Mary Hägg of Uppsala University as winner of “Best Poster” prize. Every year more than 100,000 people […]
Despite the fact that 2020 has been a year of crises and a shaky world economy, MYoroface is doing better than ever. During this year, the Swedish MedTech company has increased its sales by 50%. The workforce has doubled and an expansion in the European market is just around the corner. MYoroface is a Swedish […]
More than 20% of the world’s population suffer from reflux and endure symptoms like heartburn, acid reflux and thick phlegm. In many cases so severely that it is difficult to eat normally – or even to lie down and sleep. To draw attention to this global problem MYoroface AB, manufacturer of IQoro, has instituted International […]
Swedish Medtech innovation takes up the fight against medicines with serious side effects, and unnecessary surgical interventions
Globally, more than 400 million people suffer from reflux. A Swedish innovation – a neuromuscular training device – is leading the fight against both expensive surgical procedures and long term use of medicines that are connected to a range of serious side effects. Millions of people take Proton Pump Inhibitor (PPI) medications every day for […]
Swallowing difficulties hit the elderly especially hard. Ageing, stroke, dementia, degenerative diseases, etc. often affect quality of life by reducing the ability to eat and drink normally in a social situation. There is concern in Sweden UK and across the world that our elderly are at risk of dehydration and malnutrition if they cannot swallow […]
The UK based, international, peer reviewed journal, Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation (ACNR), posted in the section of Industry News on 1st of August.
Natalie Morris is the clinical lead and director of Integrated Therapy Solutions, an independent practice in England. Her main patient group is children and young persons with Cerebral Palsy. Natalie has long been dissatisfied with the range of treatments available – and their effectiveness – for saliva control in her cohort. Today she presented on […]
Many elderly people have difficulty swallowing. An independent study shows that swallowing ability can easily be improved. People with swallowing difficulties – dysphagia – are not only at risk of pneumonia and under-nourishment, but also endure a social handicap. Having food stick in the throat, coughing and choking is seen by most as embarrassing in a […]
NICE Recognise IQoro® for Treatment of Hiatus Hernia – at least 13 million people in the UK are affected. Hiatus Hernia is a condition that can affect up to at least 13 million people in the UK but could be many more. It causes for example the symptoms of reflux, heartburn, the feeling of food being […]
More and more people discover IQoro. Not only patients but also doctors, nurses, and specialists. “Curiosity is great, last autumn we held a training session for logopedics and dieticians in Norway. Something we continue to the effects off,” says Ylvali Gerling, CEO at MYoroface. Training with IQoro treats the root cause of problems such as difficulty […]
New, innovative neuromuscular training method for swallowing difficulties gains public recognition twice in one week!
A powerful article in the Finance and industry section of the renowned Gothenburg Post describes the IQoro neuromuscular training device as ‘a small gadget that revolutionises swallowing difficulties treatment’; in the same week the device won first prize in the Fiber Optic Valley competition for innovation. Articles below are unfortunately in Swedish only: Artikel i […]