STIMCORE DEVICE SUITE
An early-stage bioregulatory medical device company
Focused on the development of a non-surgical, non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical, regenerative, and preventive, early intervention airway patency device suite.
Sinokair, Orakair-S, Orakair-T are used to correct breathing disorders including obstructive sleep apnea and reverse the chronic disease conditions they cause.
PROOF OF CONCEPT
Stimcore Medical Devices is the first suite of medical devices that can be used at any age and every stage.
The only device suite that addresses the four main areas. Tongue, Uvula, Sinus/Turbinates, Obstructed Airway
Twice a week for 30 minutes.
First and only device or device suite that be issued by your doctor or dentist without a referral.
A sleep and breathing revolution is coming to a Doctor near you
There is an epidemic affecting millions of Americans
Are you one of them?
Do you wake up feeling tired? If so, you may suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a sleep disorder marked by an interruption of breathing throughout the sleep cycle.
Common symptoms of sleep apnea include:
- Headaches in the morning
- Gasping for Air
- Difficulty concentrating
- Restless sleep
- Daytime Sleepiness
- Feeling irritable
- Night sweats
- Dry mouth or sore throat in the morning
These symptoms can leave you feeling tired all day, cause fatigued driving and lower your productivity, but these are not the only dangers. Sleep apnea is commonly associated with other serious medical conditions like:
If you already have one of these conditions, OSA can make it worse by placing additional stress on your body and immune system due to lack of restful sleep.
COMMON SYMPTONS & ASSOCIATED CONDITIONS
SYMPTONS OF SLEEP APNEA
OPEN AIRWAY VS CLOSED AIRWAY
Stimcore Medical Devices Market
CAGR 7% per year
Stimcore Revenue and Recurring Revenue
WHO WE ARE
Stimcore Medical Devices is an early stage bioregulatory medical device company. We are focused on the development of a non-surgical, non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical, daytime, multimodal, multidisciplinary, regenerative and preventive solutions. Our comprehensive airway patency device suite features Sinokair, Orakair-S, Orakair-T which target breathing disorders including… sleep apnea, and reverse the chronic disease conditions they cause
Dr. Blair Bittner Toohey
Graduate of University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, one of the most prestigious dental schools in the world. Graduate of LVI, the top CE-based dental system in the US. Studied full mouth reconstruction, neuro-muscular, myofunctional, and aesthetic dentistry.
In recent years, John Evey provided strategic assistance to the executive and board leaders of ~two dozen companies (multiple sectors) with the potential to create substantial financial benefit for shareholders while also creating a more positive future for people globally. He is also a co-manager of several entities that facilitate mutually-beneficial relationships between companies in North America with partners that can help open major global markets globally.
There is one man that has been behind Stimcore from day one. Behind the work Joel is a friend a patient and the capital at every turn. Joel trusted Dr Bittner before anyone. His support has been unconditional and with integrity. We are blessed to have Joel on our team.
Dr. Patrick Keith Griffith
Auxiliary Board Member
FACS MBA Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgeon Principal Investigator / Stimcore. Patrick K. Griffith, MD, is an important member of the Adventist Heart & Vascular Institute team. Dr. Griffith has more than 25 years of surgical experience with more than 4,000 operations and is board-certified in thoracic surgery. He is a member of the Society of Thoracic Surgeons.
Dr. Sanjay D. Bhojraj
Auxiliary Board Member
Dr. Bhojraj is a highly-trained cardiologist with Mission Heritage Medical Group. Dr. Bhojraj or, as his patients like to call him, “Dr. B,” realizes that patients and families have many questions about the procedures he performs and the care of their loved ones. His philosophy of practice is to take the time to listen to his patients’ questions, appreciate their unique points of view, and empower them to take charge of their health.
Auxiliary Board Member
Susan attended UOP Dental School, one of the most prestigious dental schools in America. Their ortho department is the best in the world. Susan practiced for 30 years with her husband Gerald. Together they built one of the most successful dental practices in Northern California.
Patrick K. Griffith MD FACS MBA
- Executive Medical Director - Adventist Health, Heart & Vascular Institute
- Over 30 years of experience as a Heart and Lung Surgeon
- Engaged in several successful startups over the past decade
- Board Director - Leonhardt Ventures
- Board Member - Second Heart Assist
- Advisory Board Member - Imago Systems, Inc.
- UCI Dean’s Advisory Board Member
- Board member Beall Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
- MD - Washington University in St. Louis
- MBA - University of California, Irvine
- Academic/Clinical Research - National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
- Cardiovascular & Thoracic training - UNC Chapel Hill
- General Surgery training - Georgetown University
- BA - Northwestern University
Dr. Blair Bittner Toohey, CSO
Graduate of University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, one of the most prestigious dental schools in the world. (She is the fifth member of her family to graduate from there.) Graduate of LVI, the top CE based dental system in the US. Studied full mouth reconstruction, neuro-muscular, myofunctional and aesthetic dentistry. This extensive and ongoing training and post dental degree allowed her to study under and maintain relationships with some of the most elite minds in dentistry. Founder Exceptional Professionals First dentist to work for Align Technology, Invisalign Innovator Award recipient, Launched certification program to the general dentist population and supported product “roll out.” Developed the healthcare vertical of Drop Thought, an instantaneous patient feedback system, developed by a Stanford think tank. One of 10 doctors/dentists worldwide chosen to be a part of the San Diego based ResMed clinical team, as a specialist in sleep. Fotona Laser Company speaker and consultant. Clinical Advisor and inventor for Cal-X-Stars Dental Division Co-founder of The Children’s Dental Healthcare League. (Kids in the Klinic) American College of integrative Medicine and Dentistry, Naturopathic Doctorate Continuum Co-founder Stimcore
Susan attended UOP Dental School, one of the most prestigious dental schools in America. Their ortho department is the best in the world.
Susan practiced for 30 years with her husband Gerald. Together they built one of the most successful dental practices in Northern California.
They gave back to their school and to their community. Susan created a mobile dental opportunity that served the unfortunate in Northern California at their expense.
Susan started Kids in the Klinic to raise funds for those children in the San Franciso area that could not afford dentistry. She raised over $2million for an endowment fund to make sure the program survived. Today Kids in The Klinic is serving children where it counts the most. Giving back is one of Susan's greatest gifts.
Susan and Gerald have 4 children that are now adults. 3 of their kids attended UOP. A son in law and two grandkids followed in their footsteps. 9 family members that have aspired to do great things in dentistry.
Many awards and many firsts in both Susan and Geralds life but they are most proud of their children and the difference they are making in the health field today.
30 years of dentistry and 30 plus years on the UOP Endowment Board. These two numbers speak volumes.
A daughter, a sister, a wife and a mother. Family is number one for this remarkable woman. Her commitment to her family and UOP and going the extra mile are wonderful examples for all of us to follow.
Susan enjoys riding her ebike and playing tennis. She is slowly picking up pickleball. Don't bet against her in Bridge if you know what I mean
Susan has opened the doors to UOP know known as the Dugoni school of dentistry to Stimcore. Having a major dental school behind our device suite is priceless for us moving forward.
Joel P. Michel
Joel P. Michel is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Gladding & Michel, Inc., a Board Member of the World Association of Detectives, and a Director of Liberty Bank. Mr. Michel specializes in the investigation of complex cases involving automotive, aviation and consumer products liability, insurance fraud, patent and trademark infringement, anti-trust litigation, construction defect litigation, premises liability, and employment litigation involving sexual harassment, discrimination, and wrongful termination. Under his management, Gladding & Michel has provided a wide range of services to the insurance industry, and corporate community. Mr. Michel has investigated hundreds of high profile products liability cases for a variety of automotive product manufacturers. Prior to founding the firm in 1968, Mr. Michel worked as a special investigator and later as a multi-line adjuster for insurance companies. Through his involvement with the World Association of Detectives, Mr. Michel has engaged the firm in a number of international investigations in Latin America, the Pacific Rim, Europe, and the Middle East. He also serves as a Board Member of Liberty Bank.
In recent years, John Evey provided strategic assistance to the executive and board leaders of ~two dozen companies (multiple sectors) with the potential to create substantial financial benefit for shareholders while also creating a more positive future for people globally. He is also a co-manager of several entities that facilitate mutually-beneficial relationships between companies in North America with partners that can help open major global markets globally. His day to day focus since 2017 has been managing an impact venture fund investing in companies that can do well financially while advancing transformational technologies to enhance a healthier future for people everywhere. That fund, Growing Impact Ventures, LP, closed to investment in 2021.
For the 36 years prior to June 2012, Evey led development and advancement programs for notable charitable organizations and educational institutions. The most recent of those was Nature and Culture International, a conservation organization that has directly catalyzed the preservation of more than 25 million acres of tropical forests, primarily in the Andes and Amazon of Ecuador and Peru. Directly prior to that, Evey served for four years as Vice President for Development at the J. Craig Venter Institute (“JCVI”), for which pioneering genomic research entity he was responsible for generating collaborative partnerships and funding from all sources except federal agencies.
From 1985 to 2007, Evey held major roles with three universities, most recently as Assistant Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Executive Director of Development for the Marine Sciences at University of California, San Diego (“UCSD”), which is a global research powerhouse. Before joining Scripps/UCSD, Evey was Vice President for Institutional Advancement at University of the Pacific. He served, prior to that, for more than a decade as Director of Development at Oregon State University. At Pacific, Evey was responsible for all external relations programs for that three-campus university (Stockton, Sacramento, and San Francisco). At Oregon State, he led the university’s entire charitable giving program for that Carnegie Tier I research institution, including those within its service mission of extending research for application as a land-, sea-, space- and now sun-grant university.
His earlier experience includes roles as founding director of the Office for Resource Development at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and as the initial association executive for Oregon Advocates for the Arts (OAA). As a volunteer, his catalytic efforts led to the creation of the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy, an entity now active for more than 40 years. As an officer of the Travel Industry Council of Oregon while with OAA, Evey and two colleagues successfully advocated the creation and funding of a Tourism Division in the Oregon Department of Economic Development.
Evey has chaired the boards of one public and a few private companies, and currently serves as an outside director of four private companies and an observer with others. As a volunteer, he has been supportive of the Kyoto Prize Symposium in San Diego, which hosts presentations by the Kyoto Prize laureates each spring. In addition, Evey is an active member of the board of Nature and Culture International. He is also an Eagle Scout.
STIMCORE MEDICAL DEVICES BUSINESS ASSOCIATES
WHAT IS OSA?
OSA is a Serious and Chronic Disease
OSA is caused by a Blocked or Partially Blocked Airway
Blockage prevents airflow to the lungs
Results in repeated arousals and oxygen desaturations
Severity of sleep apnea is measured by frequency of apnea or hypopnea events per hour, which is referred to as the Apnea-Hypopnea Index (AHI)
Bioregulatory medicine is wholistic (with emphasis on the "whole"), in that it views the body as a living system - and a matrix of interconnectedness - physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. When the human body is functioning properly, it is a magnificent, self-regulating bio-system of mind, body and spirit. The goal of bioregulatory medicine is to support - or restore - that self-regulating state of wellbeing and self-healing.
To achieve this goal, bioregulatory medicine is committed to fostering balance and harmony between the individual’s outer environment and his or her internal environment, or milieu.
There are many factors that go into individualized evaluations of a patient’s health, including an assessment of environmental toxins, ecological terrain, lifestyle patterns and habits, social and professional influences, and genetics.
To better understand the basics of bioregulatory medicine, it is necessary to first describe principles of body regulation toward a steady-state, or homeostasis.
Homeostasis generally denotes a healthy condition and balance of all bodily processes.
The body has many autoregulating processes (e.g., thermoregulation) and when healthy, each is able to deal with external influences that disturb homeostasis and to counteract these external influences to restore the body to a steady state.
Simply speaking, bioregulatory medicine therapies are aimed at assisting the body’s many autoregulatory systems to create a multiple dynamic equilibrium.
Bioregulatory medicine promotes disease prevention and early intervention of illness through non-toxic approaches, emphasizing a partnership between patient and practitioner. This patient-practitioner relationship is paramount during the complex healing process, and includes intensive patient participation through education and self-care, including lifestyle and dietary improvements, as well as a powerful psycho-spiritual focus, which incorporates mind-body dynamics and an exploration of how psychology affects biology.
Americans spent nearly $48 billion on sleep aids last year
“Houston, we have a problem”
Sleep Apnea Affects nearly 1 Billion People Worldwide
Approximately 54 million people in the U.S. with OSA
Over 50 million people suffer from chronic sinusitis
STIMCORE Medical Device Suite
BREATH SLEEP THRIVE
The First Individualized Treatment Alternative and an Adjunctive Option
Patient and doctor centered
YEARS IN THE MAKING
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The Oxygen Advantage
The Simple, Scientifically Proven Breathing Techniques for a Healthier, Slimmer, Faster, and Fitter You
Treat the Cause…
Treat the Airway: The Role of Snoring & Sleep Apnea in Contemporary Preventive Medicine
Overview Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. If you snore loudly and feel tired even after a full night's sleep, you might have sleep apnea. The main types of sleep apnea are: Obstructive sleep apnea, the...
Overview Acute sinusitis causes the spaces inside your nose (sinuses) to become inflamed and swollen. This interferes with drainage and causes mucus to build up. With acute sinusitis, it might be difficult to breathe through your nose. The area around your eyes and...
Overview Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common sleep-related breathing disorder. It causes you to repeatedly stop and start breathing while you sleep. There are several types of sleep apnea, but the most common is obstructive sleep apnea. This type of apnea...