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.

An Audit of the Stages of Spinal Cord Injury Pathogenesis and their Relation to Secondary Medical Complications and Potential Chronicity in Patients

More than a decade ago, spinal-cord injury meant confinement to a wheelchair and a lifetime of medical comorbidity. The physician's armamentarium of treatments was very limited, and provision of care for individuals with spinal-cord injury was usually met with...

Who is at risk for ACL tears?: Musculoskeletal and Genetic Risk Factors

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tears are by no means an injury foreign to athletes and the medical personnel who work with them, and they’re perhaps more common than you think: 1 in 3500 people in the United States report an ACL tear every year [1]! This frequency...

Do human mesenchymal stem cell derived exosomes have a potential therapeutic role in Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease (AD), a neurodegenerative disease, is the leading cause of dementia worldwide (1).  Although the pathophysiology of AD is diverse, it is mainly characterized by hyperphosphorylation of tau protein, accumulation of beta-amyloid peptide (Aβ),...

Pathogenic Agents of Alzheimer’s Disease and Their Corresponding Pharmacotherapeutic Treatment Hypotheses

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), the most common cause of dementia, is a progressive and fatal neurodegenerative disorder that primarily affects older adults. Though the definitive etiology of the disease is still to be uncovered, several characteristic features of the...

The Etiology of Alzheimer’s Disease Reveals Potential Applications for Precision-Based Gene Therapy Utilizing the CRISPR/Cas9 Protocol To Counter Mechanisms of Pathogenesis

The CRISPR-Cas9 genome-editing system is a part of the adaptive immune system in archaea and bacteria to defend against invasive nucleic acids from phages and plasmids. The guide RNA (sgRNA) of the system recognizes its target sequence in the genome, and the Cas9...

ACL Recovery Inequality: Socioeconomic Status and Injury Recuperation

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is commonplace amongst athletes and individuals alike, yet despite its frequency, this injury devastatingly increases morbidity and greatly impacts one’s day-to-day schedule (1). ACL injuries comprise up to 50% of ligamentous...

Sleep’s Effect on Athletic Performance and Injury Risk

A good night's sleep affects every aspect of the time spent awake, from hunger control and cravings to cognitive function and emotion regulation. Both proper duration and good quality sleep are essential for peak performance in any activity. Current research shows...

Painful Eating: The Link Between Lower Back Pain and Diet

In the 2018 National Health Interview Survey, 28% of men and 31.6% of women over the age of 18 reported having experienced Lower Back Pain (LBP) in the past three months [1]. The percentage of people who experienced LBP increased with age for men and women, except in...

Epidemiological Analysis of the Relationship Between Lower Back Pain Incidence and Implementation of Occupational Preventative Measures

Roughly 60 to 80% of individuals in the United States population have experienced lower back pain at some point in their life [1]. Lower back pain (LBP) is generally defined as pain, muscle tension, or stiffness localised below the costal margin and above the inferior...

Does low-grade inflammation in obesity increase the dementia risk?

The World Health Organization defines dementia as a progressive deterioration of cognitive function at a level which is beyond expected in normal aging.  Dementia can reduce quality of life, as it affects memory, thinking, learning capacity, judgement, and...