Neuronetics (NSDQ:STIM) this week closed its initial public offering, according to a document filed with the SEC. The Malvern, Penn.-based company said that it offered 6,325,000 shares of its common stock and that underwriters exercised in full their option to buy additional shares, bringing the total proceeds from the IPO to $107.5 million. Shares began trading […]
Neuronetics today priced its upcoming initial public offering, expecting to raise approximately $93.5 million to support its NeuroStar transcranial magnetic stimulation system designed to treat patients with major depressive disorder who aren’t responding to medication. The Malvern, Penn.-based company said it is looking to float 5.5 million shares of its common stock at $17 per share […]
Neuronetics this week added an underwriter’s option to its initial public offering, which could bring in between $10.5 million and $12 million if fully exercised, and gave a rough price range for the offering. The Malvern, Penn.-based company said it is filing for the public offering to expand its commercialization efforts for the NeuroStar transcranial magnetic […]
Neuronetics yesterday registered an initial public offering worth more than $86 million with the U.S. Security & Exchange Commission, saying it plans to expand its commercialization efforts for the NeuroStar transcranial magnetic stimulation device for treating depression. The NeuroStar device uses MRI-strength magnetic fields to stimulate specific areas of the brain associated with mood. The device initially […]
Neuronetics said it raised $34.3 million in an equity offering slated to help broaden the use of its anti-depression device that relies on magnetic stimulation of the brain.
Neuronetics said it’s enrolled 5 patients in an open-label trial of its transcranial magnetic stimulation device for treating postpartum depression.
The Malvern, Pa.-based medical device company makes the NeuroStar TMS device, designed to use a focused magnetic field to stimulate brain cells to treat depression.
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In what some are calling "a world 1st," researchers reported some success in treating severe anorexia patients via implanted electrodes that delivered electrical energy to the regions of the brain associated with emotion.
The study enrolled 6 patients to receive the experimental treatment, reporting that 3 of the 6 achieved weight gain and 4 of the 6 reported changes in mood, anxiety, control over their urges to binge and purge and other symptoms associated with anorexia.
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Neuronetics’ NeuroStar TMS therapy system
Neuronetics Inc. is paving the way for a new type of depression therapy, a non-invasive electromagnetic field treatment designed to stimulate brain cells linked to depression.
Bruce Shook, co-founder, president & CEO, talked to MassDevice about pioneering the market for the only FDA-cleared transcranial magnetic stimulation system to date, his company’s NeuroStar TMS system.
The therapy, which won the FDA nod in 2008, is a rarity in the med-tech world: A device-based approach to a psychiatric disorder.