Richard Hanbury

Founder & CEO 

Richard Hanbury is the founder and CEO of Sana Health, an audiovisual technology allowing individuals to accelerate physical recovery and improve mental well-being to achieve a more restful state of mind. In 1992, Richard Hanbury survived a near fatal car accident, causing extreme nerve damage and leaving him with five years to live. Suffering in chronic pain, Richard began to experiment with the different neuromodulation patterns and bio-metric sensors to normalize his brain processed pain signals. His earliest prototype of Sana Health’s device successfully removed his nerve damage pain, and he has been pain-free since 1993. Richard is a former McKinsey associate and co-founded the estate agency software system, Easymatch. He received his MBA from Wharton in Healthcare and Entrepreneurial Studies and diploma in law CPE from College of Law