Dan Cohen, MD

Dan Cohen, MD

Dan Cohen, MD

SolTec Lounge

Dr. Cohen is a neurologist and a serial entrepreneur. He co-founded Round River Research Corp. to study the healing and psycho-spiritual effects of synchronized music, vibrations, and magnetic fields. He is the inventor of the SolTec Lounge, designed to rapidly induce meditative states with profound levels of relaxation/stress reduction. After 16 years in development, the product was introduced in 2013. This technology inhibits the brain’s vigilance apparatus and directly stimulates the human energy system, facilitating healing and spiritual experience. (More about Dr. Cohen below.)



Total wellness through profound relaxation…

The unique design of this lounge consists of an amplifier and transducers built into a comfortable seating platform, which uses layered music to induce synchronized sounds, vibrations, and magnetic fields. It is designed to induce profound states of relaxation and stress reduction and a much fuller expression of the human energy system.


Previously, Dr. Cohen co-founded (1982) and managed CNS Inc. until it was acquired by GlaxoSmithKline in 2006 for $566M. CNS, a developer and marketer of hi-tech medical products (brainwave monitors and sleep disorders diagnostic equipment), was best known for its consumer products, the Breathe Right® nasal strip and the FiberChoice™ chewable fiber supplement.

Dr. Cohen holds numerous patents related to EEG signal processing, physiologic analysis algorithms, and additional utility patents related to synchronized sound, vibration, and electro-magnetic fields and their effect on the body and mind. He also has authored the books, Addicted To My Ego and co-authored Claim Your Basic Rights: Create a Practical Partnership with Your Soul, and Claim Your Basic Rights: Embody Your Soul with Jennifer Palmquist.

Dr. Cohen has a BS from Penn State University and received his MD from Temple Medical School with high distinction. His training is in neurology at the University of Minnesota and he is a Diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.