SpineX: The Story

In 1970 Dr. Reggie Edgerton, a young kinesiology professor took a sabbatical to study the restoration of movement after a spinal cord injury with neurophysiologist Dr. Sten Grillner in Sweden.

This work sparked a 50-year-long journey as Dr. Edgerton continued to study the benefits of electrical stimulation on the spine. He continued building out from his lab with his team of clinicians, engineers, and neuroscience researchers.

Dr. Parag Gad

SpineX Co-founder and CEO, Dr. Parag Gad joined Dr.Edgerton’s group in 2008. They worked closely for over a decade and discovered that the stimulation of the spinal cord could improve autonomic functions such as bladder, bowel, and sexual functions.

Dr. Evgeniy Kreydin

Dr. Evgeniy Kreydin started working with Dr. Gad in 2015, to translate their findings for individuals living with paralysis. Together they discovered, that autonomic functions could be improved through external, non-invasive spinal stimulation. This was their ‘a-ha’ moment that eventually led to the creation of SpineX.
Scientific Rigor
Transcutaneous Electrical Spinal Cord Neuromodulator (TESCoN) Improves Symptoms of Overactive Bladder
#2961A2Evgeniy Kreydin1,2, Hui Zhong2,3, Kyle Latack1,2, Shirley Ye1,2, V. Reggie Edgerton2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and Parag Gad1,2,3,8*
The effect of stroke on micturition associated brain activity: A pilot fMRI study
Evgeniy I. Kreydin, Parag Gad, Bingchen Gao, Charles Y. Liu, David A. Ginsberg, Kay Jann
Home-Based SCONETM Therapy Improves Symptoms of Neurogenic Bladder
Parag Gad,1,2,3,* Hui Zhong1,2 V. Reggie Edgerton1,4,5,6 and Evgeniy Kreydin1,2,7
Noninvasive spinal Neuromodulation mitigates symptoms of idiopathic overactive bladder
Hui Zhong1,2, Emilie Liu1,2,3, Priya Kohli2,4, Laura Perez2,4, V. Reggie Edgerton1,5,6,7, David Ginsberg2,4, Parag Gad1,2,3* and Evgeniy Kreydin2,4
Neurotherapeutics (2021) 18:1953–1962 https://doi.org/10.1007/s13311-021-01087-6
Transcutaneous Spinal Neuromodulation Reorganizes Neural Networks in Patients with Cerebral Palsy
Parag Gad1,2,3 · Susan Hastings4 · Hui Zhong1 · Gaurav Seth5 · Sachin Kandhari6 · V. Reggie Edgerton1,7,8,9
#535353Accepted: 30 June 2021 / Published online: 9 July 2021 © The Author(s) 2021
A pilot study combining noninvasive spinal neuromodulation and activity-based neurorehabilitation therapy in children with cerebral palsy
Susan Hastings1, Hui Zhong2, Rochel Feinstein3, Gittel Zelczer3, Christel Mitrovich 4, Parag Gad 2,5 & V. Reggie Edgerton 2,5,6,7
Received: 3 November 2021 | Accepted: 8 September 2022