Gimer Medical Co. Ltd.

GiMer Medical produces electrical stimulation systems applied to pain relief of chronic back pain, cancer and carpal tunnel syndrome. Founded in 2013, the company is commercializing novel biomedical engineering research from the National Taiwan University (NTUon the animal responses to electrical stimulation of various parameter. The premier product, GiMer Neuroblock, is an implantable Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) system for the chronic pain management market and the first SCS therapy system developed in Asia. Back pain is one of the most common ailments, next to the common cold. The current SCS market is estimated at $2B globally, and projected to grow significantly with the aging population and significant adoption in Asia. GiMer Medical is one of the top medical device start-ups in Taiwan, and has been awarded the rookie award at the Taiwan Biomedical Show and National Innovation Award for Outstanding Academic Research Spinout. In 2014, its space also was approved as a production facilitye, becoming Taiwan’s first implantable devices facility. The company is positioned to become the leader of Taiwan’s implantable devices market and will lead Asia into the era of neuromodulation treatment.

http://www.gimermed.com/

SHARON FAN
Director of International Affairs

Nominated by

Professor and DBA Director,
Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation & Intellectual Property Management, National Chengchi University
Gimer Medical is developing the class III medical device in implanted electronic device with new treatment method of neuromodulation for pain relief. Gimer offers the new generation Spinal Cord Stimulation, the world first no-battery 11cc IPG(implant pulse generator), wireless power system and non-toxicity nerve block stimulation technology. Gimer’s technology reduces patient’s risk of the long-term effect of stimulation injury and paraesthesia. This technology could benefit the patients with fail back surgery syndrome, chronic low back pain, neuropathic pain and other uncontrolled pain, which improves patient’s life quality, and has a great potential to reduce the social cost.