Topic: Injury, Pain, Rehabilitation, Tissue Regeneration
These treatments come under the headings of: Injury, Pain, Rehabilitation, Tissue Regeneration
We have developed several methods for the treatment of acute or chronically injured tissue, including conditions involving pain.
These treatments are selected and combined as appropriate on an individual basis for optimal results.
The treatments are applied with portable electrotherapy devices, either during clinic sessions or more often, taken home for extended, continuous application.
1. FIBROBLAST CELL MODIFICATION TREATMENT
We have developed and utilize a highly specialized treatment that applies an electrical stimulation method to stimulate a type of cell involved locally in the damaged tissue healing process, called a ‘fibroblast’, to self-modify to have tissue regeneration abilities resembling those of stem cells.
These newly self-modified cells become available to remodel existing tissues and form completely new tissues, to an extent not normally possible in the human body.
Background to this treatment
Much of this treatment system is originally based on the USA patented methods for surface tissue healing and regeneration, developed by Orthopedist and electromedicine pioneer, Dr. Robert O Becker:
- Patent 1: Processes And Products Involving Cell Modification
- Patent 2: Iontopheretic System For Stimulation Of Tissue Healing And Regeneration
Read about this new and very powerful electrotherapy treatment on this external linked page [trusted source].
This treatment has many benefits to enhance and speed up the healing of injured tissues:
- Reduces or stops pain from damaged nerves involved in the injury (neuropathic pain, neuropathy).
- Enhances the body’s messages to begin and continue the metabolic activity for healing, including genetic expression.
- Increases nerve tissue survival and regeneration following injury, preventing functional loss and pain in the future.
- Strong effects on the inflammatory process, protecting the injured tissues from longer-term degradation.
- Reduces muscle tension and spasticity,
- Improves circulation around the injury site for increased inflow of nutrients, and outflow of metabolic wastes and toxins, to repair the damaged cells and tissues.
3. DC OR PULSED MICROCURRENT TREATMENT
Also called Low Intensity Direct Current (LIDC) or Low Amperage Direct Current (LADC). The benefits of microcurrent stimulation have been extensively studied.
Direct current (DC) microcurrent is sometimes also called electrical neuromuscular stimulation (MENS).
Ultra-low microcurrent stimulation, has tissue healing and regenerative abilities, via a number of mechanisms of action.
We apply unique, portable, palm-sized microcurrent equipment either during a clinic session, and/or you also take the equipment home for continuous use over a number of days.
4. ADDITIONS AND ENHANCEMENTS TO ELECTROTHERAPY
The electromedical (electrotherapy) treatments can be supported and enhanced by anti-inflammatory, plant-based and low Glycemic Index dietary practices, together with appropriate exercise in cases of musculoskeletal injuries.
We can advise and recommend about all these matters to enhance and optimize the healing process.