nCAP Medical will be attending Arab Health 2022 at the invitation of the World Trade Center as one of more than 3,500 exhibitors from over 60 countries across the world this January 24-27 in Dubai. The medical equipment exhibition will bring together more than 56,000 healthcare professionals - including government health care administrators and decision makers - to learn, network and trade. nCAP Medical will meet with multiple government healthcare officials from around the world in its continuing effort to reduce pain and the use of addicting pain relief products.
“We are honored and excited to present our products as part of the World Trade Center envoy,” says Rhett Spencer, co founder and Creator of Possible of nCAP Medical. “We believe our technology is changing the world of pain relief, and we feel enthusiastic about sharing it at such a global event.”
Since 2015, nCAP Medical has been using nanotechnology to create pain relief products that reduce or eliminate pain without the use of drugs, surgery or other often ineffective methods.
nCAP Medical will also be attending Medlab during the same time period to further develop strategic partnerships in the region.
nCAP Medical LLC
390 W 910 S
Heber City, UT 84032
About Our Products
It's simple to use! Just place the patch above your pain - "Between the Pain and the Brain" - and your pain will begin to fade away in minutes. All in a thin, reusable, wearable patch. No batteries, no wires, no smelly oils, no drugs and it's fast acting!!
The patch is constructed with our patented Neurocuple(tm) layer sealed between two waterproof layers. Once placed in the correct location the Neurocuple(tm) layer is activated directly by the energy from the users own body, after a few minutes a hot, cold or tingling sensation is felt by the user as the pain fades.
The nCAP pain relief patch is a general wellness product that helps promote physical activity for users with chronic and intermittent pain, which, as part of a healthy lifestyle, may help living with these conditions, and may delay the onset of related disabilities.