Hand Tremor Device

Stabilizing Hands
Enhancing Lives

Tremelo is a non-invasive hand tremor reduction device designed to help you enjoy life, independence and daily activities.


Hand Tremor Device

Stabilizing Hands
Enhancing Lives

Tremelo is a non-invasive hand tremor reduction device designed to help you enjoy life, independence and daily activities.

Discover Tremelo, the Hand Tremor Device

It’s time for a new beginning! You deserve stable hands. That’s why we invite you to try Tremelo. Tremelo can reduce mild to severe essential tremor in hands by 85-90%. It uses 100% non-invasive, vibration absorption technology to stabilize essential tremor. Its one-hand operation makes it easy to wear and use.

Stabilized Arms

Tremelo uses tuned mass damper principle to counteract tremors


Tremelo is an FDA
Class 1 device

No Electricity

No power
No charging

Easy Return

30-day return hassle-free with full refund

Effects Of Essential Tremor

Essential Tremor makes the simplest activities of daily life difficult and frustrating for millions of people. The International Essential Tremor Foundation (IETF) estimates that Essential Tremor is affecting 10 million Americans and millions more worldwide.

Essential tremor (ET) is a neurological condition that most commonly causes a rhythmic trembling of the hands while performing a task such as eating, writing, dressing, drinking or when holding a posture such as with the arms outstretched in front of the body.

Tremelo will enable many of those people with Essential Tremor the ability to safely enjoy their daily activities.

One in three customers

experience success with the Tremelo. Tremelo’s high success rate can be the solution to reducing your hand tremor. Try Tremelo today to see if it works for you.

Tremelo vs. Medication

Medication only reduces tremors by 50%

Tremelo can reduce them by 85-90%

40% of E.T. patients

do not benefit from medication

Essential Tremor vs Parkinson's

There are eight E.T. patients for every one Parkinson’s disease patient in the world

Tremelo Testimonials

Our customers want you to know their experience!
"One of the hardest things is eating, drinking. This makes it so much easier. I’m not spilling stuff everywhere."
Patrick Hallmark
Hallmark suffers from Essential Tremor and Parkinson's Disease, but has recently been helped by Tremelo.
“Though a touch bulky, the Tremelo gave me a stability I haven’t experienced for months and months.”
Judith Dahlberg (California, USA)
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“Just had to let you know that the Tremelo is really helping my husband with his tremor.”
Gladys Haynes (New Jersey, USA)
“The Tremelo has just arrived! My wife has put it “through its paces” and is thrilled with it. As in the documentaries, drinking from a cup, putting a spoonful of cereal to her mouth etc. is no problem. Also, measuring ingredients when cooking is no problem.”
Grahame & Robin Waters (Western Australia, Australia)
“So far, my Mom loves the Tremelo. She has essential tremor in both hands, but wears it on her right, since she’s right-handed. It works like a charm. ‘I can eat soup!’ she says.”
Ann Zweig (Kansas, USA)
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Proudly serve many veterans and help improve their quality of life. If you suffer from action tremors, Tremelo may be the solution for your steady hands.

Sreekanth Rudraraju, MSME

Chief Engineer
Sreekanth brings a strong knowledge of design and manufacturing to the team from his experience developing surveillance systems and devices for Electronics Corporation of India Limited. Originally from Hyderabad, India, Sreekanth decided to pursue a master’s degree in mechanical engineering in California, where he met Dr. Nguyen and joined his project to create a tremor-reducing device.

Dr. Leo Nguyen

CEO & President

Dr. Nguyen is an associate professor of mechanical engineering at California State University, Fresno. Vibration control and advanced system design are his specialties, and Five Microns developed out of his research on using vibration control techniques to steady a person’s arm. He finds the complexity of the human body fascinating and is passionate about improving human life through his work as an engineer. Dr. Nguyen obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Toledo, Ohio after completing a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Oklahoma.