Elia Brandt, CEO
To accompany our release of Tythonic Prosthetics, we started the Fill Your Cup Foundation, in partnership with hospitals and amputee rehabilitation centers.
With this initiative, we:
Collect and research post-surgery biometric data from hospitals responsible for the amputation.
We believe knowledge should be shared. With individual data and the power of our research facilities, scientists, and analysts, we can provide invaluable information on post-amputation complications such as oedema, tissue necrosis, and phantom limb pain. We believe these problems are preventable, and are dedicated to doing everything in our power to eliminate them.
Donate 20% from each purchase of a prosthetic back to amputee rehabilitation centers.
We hope that the extra funding will allow these centers to hire additional physiotherapists, make their services accessible to a wider range of amputees, and invest in the rehabilitation, education, and support processes of their programs.
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In our second year of Cica Morphine’s launch, we felt that there was something missing. Successful as it was in hospital settings, we knew it had the potential to serve a greater purpose; we just didn’t know what.
After reading a news report regarding the Insurgency in Cabo Delgado, CEO Elia Brandt decided to take our technology overseas in an initiative called Arm in Arm.
Accompanied by a military escort, Tythonic delivers shipments of supplies—Cica Morphine included—to medical teams treating the wounded. The fast-acting nature of the opioid allows medics to perform emergency procedures, and provides extended pain relief for patients as they recover.
We plan to continue offering our services and products whenever we are needed, and to all countries where Tythonic is permitted entry.