We Are Dedicated to Reducing Bruising, Swelling and Pain – for Surgery and Trauma Recovery

Founded in 2010 by Dr. Josephine Polich, Cearna is engaged in the research, development and commercialization of surgery and trauma recovery products. Our mission is to help people recover from trauma more quickly by reducing bruising, swelling and pain.


Bruising, swelling and pain recovery is an enormous unmet clinical need that results in significant patient cost due to lost work and rehabilitation. Our products are appropriate in a broad range of applications in many diverse markets:

  • Plastic Surgeries
  • Over-the-Counter Use for minor bumps and bruises
  • Emergency Room Visits
  • Orthopedic Surgeries
  • Injectables
  • International Use
  • Animal Trauma and Surgeries
  • Other Trauma

We have chosen to launch our products in the plastic surgery market. Following this successful launch, we intend to branch out into these additional markets as well.


We are backed by a leadership team with outstanding healthcare and management expertise:

    • Dr. Josephine Polich
      Founder and CEO
      Dr. Josephine Polich started Cearna® in 2010 after successful careers in engineering and as a Doctor of Chiropractic focused on More...
    • Tina McGinty
      Tina McGinty has over 16 years selling and management experience. She has spent her entire career working with physicians and More...
    • Lynnel Anderson
      Director of Marketing
      Lynnel Anderson attended Niagara University on a full ROTC scholarship. She graduated with a BS is Business Administration and was More...
    • William P. Mack, M.D.
      Medical Advisor
      Dr. Mack is a board certified ophthalmologist who is fellowship trained and specializes in oculoplastic and facial cosmetic surgery.  He More...

Giving Back to our Communities

We fundamentally believe that it is our corporate responsibility to give back to the communities we represent. As we become fiscally viable, we will donate Cearna product where we can to victims of trauma due to natural disasters and domestic violence.