NeuroMetrix announced that its Quell wearable pain relief technolog is featured in the new Thrive Global commerce platform.

Thrive Global’s commerce platform offers a curated selection of the latest and best technology and products for well-being and performance.

Along with its scientific advisory board and academic partners, Thrive Global’s team vetted hundreds of the latest health and well-being products, services and technologies, and are showcasing the ones that meet their standards for quality, impact and behavior change.

This includes best-in-class leaders in the health and well-being space and emerging forward thinking technologies.

“We are thrilled to partner with Thrive Global, Arianna Huffington’s groundbreaking venture to offer Quell to consumers looking for the latest innovations in health and wellbeing,” said Frank McGillin, NeuroMetrix Senior Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer.

“We align strongly with Thrive Global’s mission and are excited to be a part of this exciting new concept.”

Thrive Global’s Founder Arianna Huffington said, “We are a company deeply rooted in science and dedicated to helping people go from knowing what to do to bring more well-being into their lives to actually doing it.

“I'm so excited about the amazing collection of products, services and technologies we’re featuring at Thrive Global that will help people improve their well-being and productivity and lead healthier and more joyful lives.”

Quell is designed for millions of people suffering from chronic pain. The advanced wearable device is lightweight and can be worn during the day while active, and at night while sleeping. It has been cleared by the FDA for treatment of chronic pain without a prescription. In a recent study, 81% of Quell users reported an improvement in their chronic pain.

Quell users can start, stop, and adjust therapy discreetly via the optional Quell Relief app. Quell also offers advanced sleep tracking that provides feedback on eight dimensions of sleep including sleep duration, quality, body position, time out of bed, and repetitive leg movements throughout the night.