JKIF launches multimodal pain relieving device

The organizers on the occasion showed a video depicting persons with knee and back pain saying that they after using the belt had felt relaxed from the pain.

Mudasir Yaqoob
Srinagar, Publish Date: Jul 11 2015 10:18PM | Updated Date: Jul 11 2015 10:18PM
JKIF launches multimodal pain relieving deviceRepresentational Photo

Jammu and Kashmir Innovators Forum (JKIF) Saturday launched ‘The Comfort and Harmony Belt’, a multimodal pain relieving device.

Chief Minister’s political analyst, Waheer-ur-Rehman and Principal, College of Education unveiled the product at the college at M A Road, here.

The product is the fruit of one year hard work by Mirza Idrees-ul-Haq, Dr Mushbiq Manzoor, Dr Shah Faisal and Er Baseer.

The device was developed on scientific basis and after getting desired results, the device was launched, said Dr Shah Faisal.

“We tested the device on our own body and found desired results.

The organizers on the occasion showed a video depicting persons with knee and back pain saying that they after using the belt had felt relaxed from the pain.

“We tested the device on various persons suffering from limb pain and 95 per cent of them reported that they felt relieved of the pain within five minutes of its use,” said Dr Mushbiq.

Mirza Idress-ul-Haq, Chief Executive Officer JKIF said the belt “is best for the quick relief from pain.” Waheed-ur-Rehman on the occasion hailed the efforts of JKIF, an NGO working for upgradation of technology in the state, and said that government would provide them every possible help for further innovations.

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