Welcome to Esurgi

Esurgi is a biotech company committed to improving relationships between healthcare providers and their patients by offering products that are interactive, automated and informative. 

Product Offering

Our products are very Simple to Administer, Efficiently improve quality of life, detecting individual biomechanical concerns earlier and automating repeatable tasks. As a result, our Flagship product, the Biostabilizer is a Biofeedback Unit poised to revolutionize physical therapy.

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At Esurgi, we believe that forming dynamic relationships with our clients is essential to offering world class products and services. Staying true to our ethos, we aim to foster a community centered on developing innovative solutions to big picture problems.

Acupuncture as a Potential Treatment for Back Pain

Elisabeth Bablin Acupuncture has a long history of treating body pain as a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), though its effectiveness has been called into question by more modern methods. While the consensus among the scientific community is mixed, there is...

The connection between periodontal inflammatory disease and Alzheimer’s disease

Elana Amir There is a direct correlation between chronic systemic conditions and the condition of your mouth. Periodontal inflammatory disease may increase your risk of many health complications. The inflammatory response caused by severe gum infection can have a...

Can a healthy lifestyle and developing positive lifelong habits prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

Elisabeth Bablin Can Alzheimer's disease be prevented early on in life? Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has no known cure, it can only be treated after diagnosis, and those treatments come with no guarantee of success. The emotional toll AD takes on those that suffer from...

At home clinic visits for LBP: Is it really effective?

Vanessa Denny COVID-19 exhibits many debilitating symptoms. However, among the ones that the scientific community is well familiar with, back pain has been one of the most under-discussed [1]. Although back pain as a symptom of COVID can be a murky area for...

The High Price of Being First-In-Class: The 2021 Aducanumab Controversy

Aziza Dang The world of Alzheimer disease (AD) in the United States has been fraught with controversy since Biogen’s aducanumab (Aduhelm) received FDA approval to enter the US market as the first treatment to directly target AD pathology. (1) Prior to aducanumab,...

The Link Between Genetics and Back Pain

MELANIE WONG According to the American Chiropractic Association, back pain is the leading cause of disability amongst individuals worldwide [1]. Approximately 31 million Americans have experienced lower back pain (LBP) in their lifetime, and this type of pain is the...

Brain or Heart? It’s Both: Alzheimer’s Disease and the Cardiovascular System

As of 2016, 50 million people worldwide had received a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) [1]. For this vast number, the neurodegenerative component of the condition is unfortunately not the only significant consequence. Preliminary research had suggested a link...

Alzheimer’s Disease: The Effects of Psychosocial Factors of Disease Progression and its Association with the Economic Conditions of Disease Prevalence

More than 25 million people in the world today are affected by dementia, most suffering from Alzheimer's disease. In both developed and developing nations, Alzheimer's disease (AD) has had a tremendous impact on the affected individuals, caregivers, and society. The...

Grafting for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is one of the key knee structures that serves as a primary prevention for anterior tibia displacement (1). ACL repair is one of the most common sports injuries that often requires extensive physical therapy and, in some instances,...

Knee-d to know: Pain Post ACL Reconstruction

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is the band of tissue that connects one’s femur to one’s tibia. Owing to its crucial – pun intended – location and function, damage to the ACL in any form is many athletes’ greatest fear [1]. This is especially so for athletes...