Episode 6: Rick Rowan, CEO & Founder of NuroKor BioElectronics

May 1, 2019
by Charlie
Rick Rowan - NuroKor

Episode 6: Interview with Rick Rowan, CEO and Founder of NuroKor BioElectronics 



Rick Rowan is an entrepreneur on a mission – to help more people live a life without pain as he once did.

His personal experience with bioelectrical medicine to manage chronic back pain created a curiosity around what could be done to help more people manage pain more effectively and this interview is around his journey to founding tech start-up NuroKor and bringing it to where it is today.

Rick explains what BioElectrical medicine is, the many benefits involved and how he used his curiosity to start a business and bring a product to market.

Curious Fact: The ancient Egyptians used to use electric fish for treating pain!


3 Key Takeaways:

  1. Pain is a global epidemic that impacts millions of lives on a daily basis – and not just the lives of those suffering from the pain either.
  2. If you are dedicated to solving a problem and committed to learning as much as you can and believe in it then you can make it happen.
  3. Don’t compare yourself to others and focus on making your own improvements.

Mentioned Links and References:

Rick has also kindly offered listeners of the podcast a 10% discount off any NuroKor product – just use the code: COACHW10 or click here to buy direct

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