Elevated core body temperature is a problem for many, including athletes, industrial workers, miners and soldiers.
AVAcore Technologies, Inc was incorporated in the spring of 2000 by co-founders Dr. Dennis Grahn and Dr. Craig Heller of the Department of Biological Sciences at Stanford University. Both are world leaders in the field of thermoregulation. Their novel, non-invasive technologies to cool or heat the body core are patented. Stanford University has exclusively licensed this technology to AVAcore.
CoreControl powered by RTX is noninvasive and easy to use - to cool, just place your hand on the cooling plate! CoreControl is enabled by the patented Rapid Thermal eXchange ("RTX") technology providing a revolutionary and novel way to manipulate core body temperature and accelerate the body's natural heat dissipation process. This technology has evolved out of many years of research at Stanford University and has been scientifically validated in performance laboratories. It has also been field-tested by many collegiate and professional athletes, teams, and industrial workers. Studies involving athletes and electrical workers have validated the effectiveness of this new cooling method and demonstrated remarkable results.
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