Company

FUSMobile advances non-invasive solutions for the treatment of chronic painful conditions that improve the patient experience and clinical outcomes while reducing costs for healthcare providers and payers.

Neurolyser

The Neurolyser is a focused ultrasound treatment platform designed with the potential to relieve suffering from a range of common conditions, including chronic low back (facet joint) pain, knee and hip arthritis, sacroiliitis, and bone metastases.
Once approved, the Neurolyser has the potential to disrupt the rapidly growing interventional pain management market by offering a completely non-invasive solution to thermally ablate nerves without the risks, pain, higher costs or extensive training required by more invasive methods.

Growing Clinical Experience

The Neurolyser XR focused ultrasound device has finished its first in human study with excellent results and will soon enter pivotal clinical trials in pursuit of North American regulatory approval for facet joint arthritis, the first of many pain-related indications with potential benefits over currently available interventional pain treatments.

Market Savvy

FUSMobile’s go-to-market strategy minimizes barriers and improves economic incentives to accelerate adoption by key stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem. The company has secure intellectual property and is well-positioned for utilization and reimbursement.
Supported by medical investment leaders OrbiMed Advisors, FUS Mobile is currently initiating the pivotal studies in the US and Canada, regulatory filing, scaling for commercialization and ongoing R&D.

Leadership

FUSMobile was founded by a team of experts with deep understanding of focused ultrasound and experience in bringing emerging medical technologies to market. The company’s advisors include internationally recognized luminaries in the field.

Arik Hananel

MD, MBA

Co-Founder and CEO, Director

Dr. Hananel has nearly 20 years of experience in focused ultrasound. As the Medical and Scientific Director for the Focused Ultrasound Foundation he collaborated with academia and industry on clinical trial design, conducted feasibility research at the University of Virginia Focused Ultrasound Center and served as an ambassador for the technology to scientific and clinical communities. He previously spent 12 years at InSightec Ltd, where he served as director of clinical research outside the US and program bone manager, overseeing development, clinical trials, training and commercialization of the technology for a multiple indications. He has also served as a board member for the International Society of Therapeutic Ultrasound, Co-Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Therapeutic Ultrasound, and visiting assistant professor at UVA. Dr. Hananel received his MBA and his MD from Tel-Aviv University.

Ron Aginsky

LLB, MBA

Co-Founder and President, Director​

Mr. Aginsky has nearly 20 years of expertise in medical device development, with emphasis on market development and penetration strategy, sales and marketing, implementation of reimbursement projects and corporate law. Prior to founding FUSMobile, he spent 12 years with focused ultrasound company InSightec Ltd, where he grew to serve on the management team as Vice President for European Markets, in charge of market penetration strategy with a wide range of activities from research collaborations to new product introduction. He was previously with Elscint Ltd., a public technology company that develops medical imaging solutions, where he provided legal counsel on interactions with worldwide subsidiaries and other business matters. Mr. Aginsky studied law at Coventry University in the UK and received his MBA from the Arison School of Business at IDC Herzliya.

Ronny Ginor

MD

Director

Dr. Ginor is a Venture Partner with OrbiMed and has been active in the life sciences industry for more than two decades, with an emphasis on drug delivery platforms, vascular medicine, oncology and regulatory strategies. Most recently, Dr. Ginor served as CEO of FDA consulting firm Becker and Associates, which was acquired by a multi-national corporation in 2012. He earned his MD from George Washington University and trained at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Ginor has patented technologies related to breast cancer, thyroid disease and cardiology.