MEND Aims for Untapped Market: Better Nutrition for Surgery Patients

MEND, 11 months ago

Life sciences start-up MEND believes better nutrition will help concussion patients before and after surgery, and is seeking to roll out another of its supplement powders to tap that market.

The New York company is filing a patent for a nutritional drink meant to aid concussion and traumatic brain injury victims, founder Eziah Syed told Karma. The company currently sells a line of supplements to support recovery from different surgeries including cosmetic, orthopedic, and joint recovery.

The concussion market doesn’t appear to have a competing product, Syed said.

“There hasn’t been anything in the market that has shown to be neuroprotective, neuroregenerative for concussion patients today,” Syed, who is also MEND’s CEO, told Karma. “You’re generally told to not take certain things or told to rest, or increase water intake. But there isn’t a specific intervention or drink that we’ve come across in the world of natural compounds that does what we try to do.”


April 23 3PM CT – MEND CEO & Founder Eziah Syed will feature in the Agrifood Conversations webinar by iSelect Fund, The Van Trump Report & The Yield Lab, on “The Healing Power of Clinical Nutrition and Medical Foods”. You can register for the webinar here:

MEND is very excited to work with Dr. Andrew Wickline, the #1 ranked total joint surgeon by volume in New York State. He has incorporated MEND’s joint replacement product into patient care. Read more:

BetterPT published an interesting article on the critical role for clinical nutrition in healing. MEND is the only product recommended in the article to support a whole body health approach. Read the article here:

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