Building a brighter future for tube feeding
Discover Luminoah’s revolutionary portable feeding system, granting users freedom to feed themselves anytime, anywhere, while empowering healthcare providers to support their patients remotely.
Breakthrough technology that lets users live an active life. Stay mobile in the day and sleep safe at night.
Streamlined setup & user-friendly interface empowers users to regain control of their day and spend less time on feeds.
Users can track feeds on their smartphone and share data with their provider or caregiver.
More than 50% of adults have at least one chronic condition.
Mother of an 8 year-old user
“Luminoah will literally transform my daughter’s life. She’ll be able to go back to school, something I never thought was possible”
“A technology that allows users to feed during the day, that doesn’t interfere with the day-to-day activity [especially of kids]… would be a real improvement.”
Adult user with Gastroparesis
“Luminoah will change how I manage my health. Real-time updates on my nutrition means no more relying on memory to update my doctor.”
29 year-old user with short bowel syndrome
“The versatility of wearing it where and when you want will be a gamechanger.”
Healthcare and Equipment Provider
Luminoah, a company that develops innovative products and resources for tube-fed children, recently collaborated with Kristin Meyer, the author of the book "The Adventures of Team Super Tubie," to bring joy and empowerment to tube-fed children attending the Oley...
CHARLOTTESVILLE – June 15, 2023 – Luminoah Inc., a medical technology company dedicated to improving the standard of care for patients requiring enteral nutrition, has closed a $6 million Series A funding round led by Fry’s Path Capital, with participation from Sands...
By James Shea - Richmond Inno Charlottesville medical device company Luminoah won over the judges and claimed the people’s choice award Tuesday at Lighthouse Labs’ Demo Day competition at Richmond’s Hardywood Park Craft Brewery. The company is behind a mobile feeding...