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DoloRadix

Medical Research and Development

Collaboration partners
Uppsala University, Karolinska Institutet and Linköping University, Olink Proteomics

Welcome to DoloRadix AB

DoloRadix AB is a pain management company with a clinical focus, with the desire and curiosity to cure pain for patients all over the world.

Our misson is to radically change the daily management of musculoskeletal pain across all patient groups.

We engage with leading universities to develop new clinical concepts, including diagnostic tools, artificial intelligence and tools for decision support and treatments, that will profoundly change the recovery rate for patients with musculoskeletal pain, including a remarkable shortening of the treatment time, increase the quality of life for the individual patient, and lower the health care costs related to pain disorders. 


Publications


Elite athletes’ experiences of musculoskeletal pain management using neuroanatomical dry needling: A qualitative study in Swedish track and field

Fig. 1. Narrative summary of eight elite athletes’ descriptions of the relationships between pain, physical capacity, performance stress and healthcare seeking behaviours. The theme ‘Other MSKP treatments’ includes experiences from other needling interventions.

Doloradix AB was established 2016 with the purpose to fully leverage the 20 years of experience from Mårten Prosell and his clinical work through Progress Ortopedisk Medicin AB. Doloradix AB will continue to explore and develop the unique documented clinical findings through development programs to allow for expanded access to its already successful methodologies, for the benefit of patients all around the world.


“You won’t become a great clinician behind the computer.”

– Mårten Prosell

Mikrosensor för lokalisering av smärtkällor bland finansierade samverkansprojekt i utlysning från innovationsprogram

15 projekt som verkar för en bättre hälsa får dela på 36 miljoner kronor i innovationsprogrammen Swelifes och Medtech4Healths gemensamma utlysning. Ken Welch, professor vid institutionen för materialvetenskap vid Uppsala universitet, leder ett av de utvalda projekten. Utlysningen lockade inte mindre än 130 samverkansprojekt från hälso- och sjukvård, akademi/institut och industri att ansöka. Ett avFortsätt läsa ”Mikrosensor för lokalisering av smärtkällor bland finansierade samverkansprojekt i utlysning från innovationsprogram”