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Emerging Global Leader in Emergency Thermotherapy for Traumatic Brain Injury Expands US Operations to Site on the Campus of New York Medical College
Date:7/30/2013

Valhalla, NY (PRWEB) July 30, 2013

Thermopraxis, LLC, (http://www.thermopraxis.com/) an early stage, innovative medical device company with emergency treatment for concussions/traumatic brain injury (TBI) and spinal cord injury is proud to announce that it will continue expansion of its US operations and base its new headquarters at New York Medical College’s (NYMC) Valhalla campus in Westchester. Thermopraxis continues to advance a highly collaborative, creative “praxis” (meaning the act of applying, or practicing ideas or concepts) designed to engage their expanding network of entrepreneurs, researchers, investors, and partners, who are working together to make meaningful change in health through the development of therapies for traumatic or hypoxic-ischemic brain and spinal cord injuries, and other systemic injuries (contusions) using the recognized therapeutic effects of hypothermia or cooling.

“We are excited to retain our headquarters in New York and leverage the abundant resources in the growing cluster in and around the Hudson Valley,” stated Renato Rozental, MD, PhD, CEO and Chief Scientific Officer of Thermopraxis. “We are equally excited about our ongoing developments with Thermocrown, the first device that will enable emergency thermotherapy care out in the field to confer brain protection post-traumatic injury. At current, there are no other devices or treatments available anywhere in the world which promise similar efficacy or that can be activated under pre-clinical conditions, such as the battlefield or during catastrophic events. The Hudson Valley will be home to one of the most important emerging technology of this generation as we make preparation to begin production of Thermocrown for our soldiers and ultimately to benefit society.”

"Landing an exciting, new firm like Thermopraxis transforms New York Medical Colleg
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