Dr. Nicholas Theodore joins Harvard MedTech medical advisory board


Neurosurgeon Nicholas Theodore, MD, joined the medical advisory board for Harvard MedTech. 

Dr. Theodore has more than 20 patents for medical devices and procedures, according to a Jan. 10 news release from Harvard MedTech. He is a professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, and he is co-director of the university's Carnegie Center for Surgical Innovation.

Before joining Johns Hopkins, Dr. Theodore was chief of spine surgery and director of the spine fellowship at Phoenix-based Barrow Neurological Institute. He wrote or co-authored more than 340 peer-reviewed articles.

At Harvard MedTech he will help with the adoption of Vx Therapy, a platform designed to reduce pain, anxiety, depression level and dependence on pain medications. 

"I joined Harvard MedTech's Medical Advisory Board because I believe there is great promise in Vx®Therapy's approach for harnessing the power of the brain to help heal physical injuries," Dr. Theodore said in the release. "Current research is already validating Vx Therapy as a more cost-efficient treatment, and the nature of its delivery, which is in the home, makes it accessible to anyone, anywhere."

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