FluxWear is a wearable tech company determined to help those struggling with stress, anxiety and chronic pain manage their symptoms. The company was founded in 2020 by siblings Kamran and Nadia Ansari.
Kamran Ansari created the company and its hero product, SHIFT, in 2020. Kamran began developing SHIFT’s core technology three years earlier to help his sister, Nadia, reduce her pain after she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that caused her severe chronic pain. Kamran designed SHIFT to make the immense health benefits of PEMF accessible to a large portion of the population in a user-friendly, comfortable, portable, and rapid manner.
As CEO, Kamran is responsible for the management and execution of company strategy, manufacturing, and technical development at FluxWear. Kamran is a two-time recipient of the Beckman-Chapman Young Scientist Award for his research in pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, a member of John Hopkin’s Study of Exceptional Talent (SET), and a 2020-2022 World Science Scholar. He is an invited speaker on neuromodulation, most recently at the December 2021 Stanford School of Medicine AI + HealthOnline Conference.
Nadia Ansari is the inspiration behind SHIFT’s groundbreaking technology. In 2017, Nadia was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome which led to severe chronic pain. While doctors recommended various integrative therapies, she struggled to find a solution given the severe pain she was experiencing. Witnessing the challenges she faced, her brother, Kamran, created SHIFT, which has dramatically improved her quality of life since first using it.
In 2020, Nadia was named as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Orange County by the OC Register and was inducted into the Gallery of National Young Inventors. She also created an award-winning documentary on chronic pain titled "The Invisible Condition." Nadia is a member of Creative Healing for Youth in Pain and co-chair of the Youth Council for the International Children's Advisory Network.
Shaista Malik, MD, PhD is cardiologist and executive director of the UCI Susan Samueli Integrative Health Institute with expertise in integrative approaches to chronic conditions. Her research which is supported by several NIH and foundation grants focuses on novel diagnostic and therapeutic modalities, including neuromodulation of the autonomic nervous system in treating disorders, including hypertension.
Ali Elahi, is board-certified neurologist with expertise in repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), neurofeedback, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). He has a broad background in the use of devices that apply pulsed magnetic fields to the brain, having been one of the first neurologists in the United States to acquire, and put into full time use, a Cloud TMS machine and having over five years of experience in creating
hundreds of TMS treatment protocols specifically designed to address a variety of patient conditions.
Dr. Christine Kraus is a clinical neuropsychologist and associate clinical professor at UCI with expertise in comprehensive neuropsychological assessment, quantitative electroencephalogram, and neurofeedback. She has been in practice for over 20 years and has treated many professional athletes with concussions or performance anxiety for return to play. She has also conducted research in neurodegenerative disorders and cognitive impairment.
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