What is Electroanalgesic Medicine?
What if there was a way to significantly reduce or eliminate pain without drugs or injections? Electroanalgesic Medicine is one of the fastest ways to do just that. Electroanalgesic Medicine is one of the most effective rehabilitative modalities to rejuvenate damaged or dying peripheral nerves from chemotherapy, diabetes, nerve compression, herniated or herniated discs and stenosis. Electroanalgesics can be just as effective as lidocaine patches to relieve pain or steroid injections to decrease inflammation if used correctly.
Certain Electroanalgesic medical devices create a therapeutic mechanism of action. The examples would be: to accelerate tissue regeneration or to increase circulation in the extremities. Mechanisms of actions such as these are productive in the treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy, Osteoarthritis, and Spinal Degeneration. A combination of specific biochemical and bioelectric effects at the same time in the same area of the body results in the reduction or elimination of pain while stimulating tissue regeneration.