Atlantic is pivoting  towards selling directly to consumers  as many women don’t go to their doctor to discuss incontinence due to the “embarrassment factor”.

Galway-based Atlantic Therapeutics has secured additional funding from long-time backers, according to newly filed company documents. The State-backed(...)

Danny Forde of Atlantic Therapeutics, overall winner of the The Irish Times Innovation Award last year.  Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Some 15 leading technology companies have been shortlisted for the annual Irish Times Innovation Awards. In the IT and fintech category, the shortlis(...)

Orlaith Ryan and Sharon Cunningham, founders of Shorla Pharma

Shorla Pharma, an Irish healthcare start-up that develops pharmaceutical therapies to help cancer patients, has announced two new key board members as(...)

Sales and marketing executive Therese Gillespie and global project manager Danny Forde of Atlantic Therapeutics. Photograph: Conor McCabe

A very strong corporate culture has helped sustain 2019 Irish Times Innovation Award winner Atlantic Therapeutics during the Covid-19 pandemic. “We’(...)

Innovo is a unique wearable device, similar in style to a standard pair of cycling shorts, that treats patients suffering from urinary incontinence.

Galway-based medical technology company Atlantic Therapeutics has been awarded funding of €600,000 by Enterprise Ireland to support continued product (...)

Innovo is a neuromuscular electrical stimulation solution that treats incontinence, sexual-health dysfunctions and other associated disorders

Total investment in Irish medtech Atlantic Therapeutics has risen to nearly €50 million with the company planning on seeking further funding early nex(...)

While Ireland performs well for medtech start-ups it has been “less effective” in generating biotech ones, according to Seroba.

Irish venture-capital firm Seroba stands to make a significant return from a number of its investments, one of which was acquired late last month whil(...)

Screen grab from Atlantic Therapeutics new  US TV advertising campaign for its shorts to address bladder weakness.

Galway-based medical technology company Atlantic Therapeutics, winner of the 2019 Irish Times Innovation of the Year award, has successfully introduce(...)

Shorla Pharma founders Orlaith Ryan and Sharon Cunningham.

Shorla, an Irish healthcare start-up that develops pharmaceutical therapies to help cancer patients, has raised $8.3 million (€7.4 million). The Seri(...)

An app-based version of Innovo is in development.

Irish Times overall Innovation Award winner Atlantic Therapeutics is set to see major growth on the US market following Food and Drug Administration ((...)

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