Healing with Electrotherapy

I have found electrotherapy to be a natural and effective way for clients to manage pain and heal from trauma.  It can be used as an alternative to drug based treatments, or as an additional tool.  I use a machine called the Wellness Pro 2010 ®.
If you are a health professional interested in using this tool in your practice, I am a distributor, so please contact me for more information.
Wellness Pro 2010 ®  provides healing electromassage and electro acupressure using carbon surface electrodes to stimulate pressure points on your body.  By using digitally controlled frequencies, wavelengths, intensities, and locations, it can create desired health outcomes.

Uses of Electrotherapy

Electrotherapy can manage and heal physical as well as emotional pain and trauma, including:
          • Anxiety, depression  and other emotional issues
          • ADD, ADHD
          • Wound healing
          • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
          • AIDS-related Pain
          • Broken bones
          • Soft tissue regeneration pain
          • Herpes / Shingles pain
          • Chronic Fatigue
          • Arthritis – Osteo and Rheumatoid
          • Neurological Disorders
          • Multiple Sclerosis pain
          • Joint pain
          • Sports injuries
          • Accident injuries
          • Spinal cord injuries
          • Plantar Fascitis
          • TMJ
          • Neuropathy
          • Cancer pain
          • Nerve entrapment
          • Fibromyalgia
          • Acute and Chronic Back Pain
          • Headaches / Migraines
          • Disc injuries / Tendonitis
          • Back Pain / Sciatica


Safety of Electrotherapy

The Wellness Pro 2010 ® has been approved by the FDA and is a safe and nontoxic approach. Most patients have no side effects. Possible side effects include diarrhea, night sweats, headaches, nausea, or flu-like symptoms and may be related to the detoxification process.

Electrotherapy is not a new phenomenon. Health practitioners and pro athletes have been using similar types of technology for over sixty years. European hospitals have been offering various forms of electrotherapy for decades as well. For years, these treatments were reserved for the elite, but now, bio electrotherapy is becoming increasingly available in the United States.