Looking for a non-invasive, non-medication, easy way to treat pain? LaserTouchOne is your answer!

LaserTouchOne, abbreviated to LTO, is a high-tech portable pain relief device. It combines the technology of cold laser therapy and bioelectrical therapy to help alleviate pain and discomfort without surgery, injection, or other invasive procedures (non-invasive) and without the use of medication such as painkillers (non-opioid). The small, lightweight, and ergonomic design of LTO makes it easy for you to carry everywhere!
LaserTouchOne was first discovered and patented in 2007 by Dr. Okky Oei, the founder of Hope Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, along with a team of collaborators. This innovative treatment uses low-intensity laser light and micro electrical currents to stimulate healing and promote tissue regeneration. In 2009, LTO passed the tests conducted by the United States Food and Drug Administration, allowing it to be sold over-the-counter without requiring approval from a doctor or other healthcare professionals. In one LaserTouchOne kit, you will receive the LTO device, charger, 142 grams of electrode gel, user manual, instructional video DVD, and warranty card.

How do you use LaserTouchOne? It’s very easy! First, apply an adequate amount of gel to the painful area of your body. Then, press the “ON” button on the LTO and adjust the microcurrent electrical strength using the e-stim dial on the device. Afterwards, the device is ready to be used by rotating it over the affected area of your body.
LaserTouchOne can be used up to 5 times a day, with a duration of 2-3 hours between each usage. This is highly recommended so that the body can respond well to the pain management using LTO. The combination of low level laser therapy and microcurrent electrical therapy in LaserTouchOne stimulates the body’s tissues and supports cell regeneration, assisting the human body to heal itself. Other benefits include reducing swelling and inflammation, relieving pain, improving circulation, and easing muscle tension.
Try it out for yourself and experience the benefits! To consult with our experts, book your sessions, and purchase LaserTouchOne, hit us up at Decide to live pain-free today.


May 14, 2023 KeziaArticles
When it comes to exercise, there are two main types of workouts: cardio and strength training. Both offer many benefits, but which one is better? The answer depends on your goals and personal preferences.

What is Cardio?

Cardiovascular exercise, commonly known as cardio, is a type of exercise that increases your heart rate and breathing rate. Examples of cardio exercises include running, cycling, swimming, and jumping jacks. Cardio is an excellent way to improve your cardiovascular health, burn calories, and lose weight. It can also help to reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, and other chronic health conditions.

What is Strength Training?

Strength training, also known as resistance training, is a type of exercise that involves lifting weights or using resistance bands to build strength and muscle mass. Strength training exercises include squats, bench press, deadlifts, and bicep curls. Strength training is an excellent way to build muscle, increase your metabolism, and improve your overall strength and endurance.

Cardio vs. Strength Training: Which is better?

As previously stated, the answer to this question depends on your individual goals and fitness level. If you want to lose weight, improve your cardiovascular health, or reduce your risk of chronic health conditions, cardio is the way to go. Aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity cardio per week, or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity cardio. This can be broken up into shorter sessions throughout the day.
On the other hand, if you want to build muscle mass, increase your strength and endurance, or improve your athletic performance, strength training is the way to go. Aim to work each major muscle group at least twice a week, using weights or resistance bands. This will help you build lean muscle mass and increase your metabolism, which can lead to weight loss over time.
Cardio and strength training can also be combined to provide a well-rounded fitness routine. A combination of both can help you to achieve your goals faster and provide a more comprehensive workout. For example, you can start your workout with a 20-30 minute cardio session, followed by 30-40 minutes of strength training. This way, you get the benefits of both types of exercise in one session.

Benefits of Cardio

Cardiovascular exercise has numerous benefits, including:
  1. Improving cardiovascular health: Cardio helps to strengthen your heart and lungs, reducing your risk of heart disease, stroke, and other chronic health conditions.
  2. Burning calories: Cardio is a great way to burn calories and lose weight.
  3. Reducing stress: Cardio can help to reduce stress and anxiety, improving your mental health.
  4. Increasing endurance: Cardio can help to increase your endurance, making it easier to perform everyday tasks and participate in physical activities.

Benefits of Strength Training

Strength training also has numerous benefits, including:
  1. Building muscle: Strength training is an excellent way to build muscle and increase your strength.
  2. Boosting metabolism: Strength training can help to boost your metabolism, making it easier to burn calories and lose weight.
  3. Improving bone density: Strength training can help to improve your bone density, reducing your risk of osteoporosis.
  4. Reducing injury risk: Strength training can help to improve your balance, flexibility, and coordination, reducing your risk of injury.
In conclusion, both cardio and strength training offer many benefits. The best one for you depends on your goals and preferences. Consider trying both and see what works best for your body and lifestyle.


Do you experience muscle aches a lot, including back pain, stiff neck, or sore legs? Are you wishing for a pain free life? Have you had to deal with sports injuries or post-surgery disabilities? Perhaps, you’ve been in constant pain for many years and you’ve done everything you can to find healing, yet nothing seems to be working.

If so, we have some good news for you!

Along with his wife and dear colleagues, Hope Clinic founder Dr. Okky Oei published a book: “From Pain to Wellness, There Is Hope.” Hope Clinic Care is a pain management clinic that specializes in non-invasive and non-opioid pain therapy, meaning that our methods do not require you to go under the knife and that we do not prescribe medications to consume.

Dr. Okky Oei has spent decades learning how the human body miraculously works and is capable of healing itself when injured, and he became one of the pioneers of a treatment method that combines the technique of cold laser therapy with microcurrent technology. Hope Clinic has helped a lot of the “no hope” cases, allowing people to achieve a pain free life, including a former professional race car driver, Lyn St. James; and a golf instructor and book author, Kerry Graham.

Through hands-on techniques, myofascial release, microcurrent electrical stimulation, and cold laser therapy, Hope Clinic triggers and facilitates the human body, which is the most miraculous system, to heal itself from pain and other related diseases. We are fully committed to treat patients with compassion, dignity, and the highest quality of care. The patient and practitioner are partners in the healing process towards pain free living. All factors that influence health, wellness, and pain are taken into consideration, including the body, mind, spirit, and community.

In this book, Dr. Oei shares some of his passion, knowledge, and journey—aspiring to show the world that there is still hope even in the darkest of times. If you or your loved ones are struggling with mild and chronic pain, muscle injuries, and post-surgery disabilities, we are here to help. Decide to live pain free today!

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As a Holocaust survivor who just turned 97 in November 2022, I thought the horrible pain from my right leg up to my hips after a surgery I had in October would never be curable and would leave me in a wheelchair indefinitely. My doctor prescribed opioids but I was still left with unbearable pain. I visited the Hope Clinic located in Scottsdale, AZ on Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022.

I had horrible pain from my right leg up to my hips after a surgery in October. My doctor prescribed opioids but I was still left with unbearable pain. I visited Hope Clinic in a wheelchair on November 2nd, 2022.

After a 45-minute treatment, the pain lessened significantly, and after 4 sessions, I was still using my wheelchair, but I was already pain free. After 12 full treatment sessions, I am still pain free—and walking!

I highly recommend the Hope Clinic for anyone with chronic pain. Dr. Oei and his friendly staff performed a fast and miraculous recovery for me. I cannot thank them enough for giving me hope again.


—Oskar Knoblauch


January 25, 2023 KeziaArticles

Are you interested in playing the game of golf, yet you simply don‘t know where to start? Golf can be an intimidating sport for those who are just getting into the game, but it doesn‘t have to be. Here are some tips to help you get started on the right foot.

First, its important to learn the basics of the game. Before you hit the golf course, you should familiarize yourself with the rules and regulations of the game. You should also know the basics of how to swing a club, and how to take a proper stance. Remember, a correct posture is necessary in this sport. You can find plenty of helpful resources online, or you can take a few lessons from a professional.

Second, you‘ll need to invest in some quality equipment. While you don‘t need to break the bank on your first set of clubs, it‘s important to get the right gear for your size and swing. If you‘re not sure what to get, consult with a professional at your local golf shop.

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Third, practice, practice, practice! Golf is a skillbased game, and the only way to get better is to practice. If you can‘t make it to the course, you can practice at home with a practice net and hitting mats.

Finally, don‘t be afraid to ask questions. Don‘t be afraid to ask a fellow golfer or a pro player for advice or clarification. After all, golf is a social game, and the more you know, the more fun you‘ll have. With a little bit of research, the right equipment, and a lot of practice, anyone can become a skilled golfer. So take the time to learn the basics, get the suitable equipment, then go out there and have some fun on the golf course!


December 5, 2022 KeziaArticles

For every person that turns up the volume whenever their local station starts playing Christmas songs, there’s another that instantly turns off the radio. For this second type of human being, the holidays are neither wonderful nor magical but an inescapable confrontation with all the negative emotions that have been building up inside them over the past eleven months. We may know this as Christmas Blues.

“All I want for Christmas,” Marissa Miller confessed in the New York Times, “is a nap.” In her 2019 article, “Yes, It’s O.K. to Be Sad During the Holidays,” she tries to explain why Christmas is so effective at eliciting feelings of hopelessness and melancholy, and also offers tips on how to avoid falling prey to a bad case of “Christmas Blues.”

Miller interviews a number of experts, each of whom provides a different piece of the puzzle. Psychiatrist Judith Orloff blames the holiday’s commercially motivated insistence on being cheerful, which often has the opposite result. “Forced happiness makes us feel sad, upset and lonely because we are faking our feelings,” she says. “Putting on a false front to impress others or prove to them how fine we really are can make us feel like a total imposter.”

Lane Moore, a comedian and the author of a book titled How to be Alone, suggests that Christmas, rather than inspiring us to be grateful for what we have, serves to remind us of what we lack. A wholesome holiday film might make viewers conscious of their own family’s dysfunction, while an empty chair at the dinner table inevitably calls attention to the person that used to sit there.

Others place less emphasis on Christmas itself and more on the time of year when it falls. Seasonal affective disorder, commonly referred to as seasonal depression, tends to kick in during the fall months, and often lasts until spring. In winter, reduced levels of sunlight upset the circadian rhythm and deplete one’s serotonin levels, leading to an increase in moodiness that often reaches a crescendo around the ever-so hectic holidays.

The origins of Christmas Blues

Because our society’s understanding of (and way of talking about) mental illness changes so rapidly, it’s hard to say how long Christmas Blues has been around. One of the earliest mentions of this term specifically is from a 1985 New York Times article with the heading, “Countering Depression During Holidays.”

The article follows one Dr. Myrna M. Weissman, a professor of psychiatry and epidemiology at the Yale School of Medicine, who is alarmed by the number of housewives that succumbed under the mounting pressures of the holiday season each year. Weissman recalls how, on Christmas eve, she received a call from “a woman in despair.” The woman was in tears because her in-laws had arrived with a 10-pound bag of shrimp. Being a housewife, the family had determined it was her responsibility to clean, cook, and serve the shrimp, an unexpectedly Herculean task that, in this case, seemed to have been the straw that broke the camel’s back.

“The woman felt sad and angry,” Weissman told the reporter. “She did not see the shrimp as a gift, but rather as an unfair expectation, by her in-laws, of her role as homemaker.” In the not so distant past, many American housewives suffered from depression and anxiety as a result of these confining gender norms – norms which the holidays can resurrect. “There are great expectations of a lot of food, gifts and festivities,” Weissman adds, touching on a similar subject, “and people in the media who portray this are always beautiful and skinny. It is difficult to measure up materially, physically or socially.”

The Christmas suicide myth

Bleak as this article may seem, it does end on a positive note. Based on her work at the Depression Research Unit at Yale, Weissman assures readers that no matter how taxing the holidays may be, the stress and anxiety they inspire usually fade away once Christmas has passed.

This little detail helps dispel a persistent myth about Christmas, namely that the celebrations go hand in hand with a spike in suicide rates. Far from it, actually. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that the last two months of the year also have the lowest suicide rate, presumably because family gatherings prevent or at least delay many attempts.

Instead, the real seasonal spike happens in January, mostly on or shortly after New Year’s Day. Researchers cannot be exactly sure why this is, but there are many convincing hypotheses. One of those is the “broken promise effect,” or the idea that, at this time of year, people tend to become fixated on last year’s disappointments, including holiday celebrations that didn’t quite live up to their promise.

Although Christmas Blues affects some individuals more than others, almost everyone experiences at least some degree of negative emotion during the holidays, whether it’s caused by things like the stress of preparing elaborate gatherings or the frustration of watching friends and family members refusing to get along.

Sometimes, as Weissman mentioned, the problem lies with ourselves and our own unrealistic expectations. This dilemma is placed front and center in many holiday movies, including National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, which revolves around a disillusioned, workaholic father who tries — and fails — to recapture the wonder he felt when he celebrated Christmas as a little boy.

Cheesy as these movies can sometimes be, the conclusion they reach corresponds with the advice given by many mental health experts: Spending time with loved ones is one of the best things you can do to keep the Christmas Blues at bay, even if you cannot stomach the obligatory merriness of Christmas itself.

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Definition & Overview

Whether you’re playing on an outdoor field, an indoor court, swimming pool, or your backyard, the fact that your body is exerting a certain degree of effort makes it prone to a sports injury. Injuries can range from a simple sprain to a head contusion or a broken bone.

Due to a wide range of sports, every muscle or bone is susceptible to an injury. Some of the most common sports injuries are fractures, dislocations, strains, sprains, and shin splints. However, there are two main types of sports injuries: acute and chronic. An acute sports injury is a sudden onset of pain and/or inability to move or apply pressure on the limb while chronic sports injuries occur over time and are caused by the wear and tear of a muscle, joint, or tendon. Those with chronic injuries usually experience a dull pain in the affected area during physical activities.

Minor or mild sports injuries may not require medical intervention. In some cases, resting the affected limb and letting the body heal on its own will do the trick. However, severe cases may require surgery. Fortunately, developments in surgical processes and advances in the field of medical technology, such as minimally invasive surgery, make several procedures less invasive, allowing patients to recover and return to their chosen sports faster.

Cause of Condition

The exact cause of a sports injury will depend on the exact type of injury. However, most injuries involve the muscles, ligaments, or tendons. When these are stretched too far too quickly, they’ll tear. Severe tears will require surgery, but minor ones typically heal without medical intervention or medications other than pain relievers.

Another common sports injury is a fracture. Fractures require immediate medical attention, not only to relieve the pain but also to set the bone back to its proper form. It will take months for the bone to heal.

Dislocations are also extremely painful injuries. However, a sports doctor or a trainer who is trained in sports medicine will be able to return the dislocated joint to its proper position thus relieving much of the pain.

Not all sports injuries occur suddenly. Chronic sports injuries develop slowly over time. For instance, runners often risk a variety of chronic sports injuries that are often microscopic. These injuries develop slowly and are caused by repeated actions.

A person’s physical attributes and bone architecture may also cause sports injuries. Some of the most common are an uneven leg length, flat feet, overly high arches, bowlegged, and knock-kneed. Structural conditions, such as lumbar lordosis, high Q-angle, and patella alta also increase a person’s risk of incurring a sports injury.

Key Symptoms

Pain is the common symptom of a wide range of sports injuries. However, the degree of pain is typically not indicative of the extent of an injury. Athletes, for example, are trained to ignore a certain level of pain and many athletes push through a painful experience in the hopes of improving their skills or physical resistance.

Doing so can result in incurring a sports injury without realizing the extent of the condition. For example, a lumbar strain normally begins with minor back pains that weight lifters normally ignore. However, continuing the exercise routine often results in a sudden deterioration of the condition accompanied by extreme pain and back spasms.

Other than pain, swelling and redness of the affected area is a common sign of a sports injury. When these appear, it’s imperative to have a doctor diagnose the extent of the injury and undergo treatment to prevent permanent damage. For instance, many amateur athletes have a tendency to push through despite the presence of signs and symptoms of tendon injuries. Unfortunately, continuing the exercise routine without giving enough time for the tendons to heal will result in a condition called mucoid degeneration, which is when inflexible fibrous materials replace a torn tendon.

Who to See & Types of Treatment Available

If you experience a sudden excruciating pain or pain that refuses to go away after a certain time, it’s best that you consult a sports doctor. However, if a sports doctor is not available, your family doctor should be able to diagnose your condition and provide treatment, or refer you to a specialist.

The consultation will begin with an interview on how the injury occurred. This is followed by a physical examination to check for visible signs of fracture. If the doctor believes that the condition is severe, an imaging test, such as an x-ray to examine your skeletal structure and check for signs of damage will be performed.

If you do not require surgery, the doctor will initiate a treatment program that is based on the R.I.C.E. principle, Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. Getting enough rest prevents an injury from worsening while the use of ice reduces pain and inflammation. Meanwhile, compression and elevation prevent fluid from building up in the area and reduce swelling.

If you do require surgery, most sports doctors prefer to use minimally invasive techniques to limit the amount of damage and allow faster recovery times.

Everyone who participates in sports will incur some form of sports injury in one way or another. As, it is impossible to perfect a skill without making mistakes, sports injuries are often inevitable. What’s important is that the body is allowed to recover from the injury and that the person learns from the mistake to prevent a similar injury.

Another way to prevent injuries is to train under a qualified sports trainer. Trainers are highly knowledgeable and received an adequate amount of training, helping you learn the proper posture and methods to quickly build skill while limiting the risks of an injury. They will also be able to detect the signs and symptoms of a sports injury before they cause any serious damage.

To get high quality non-invasive and non-opioid treatment for your sports injuries, Hope Clinic Scottsdale is your go-to place! Here, you can get personalized treatment for your injuries that do not require drug prescriptions or invasive procedures. Using verified hands-on techniques and dual modality devices, Hope Clinic presents a wide range of solutions to relieve pain by facilitating your body to maximize its healing and repairing ability. No drugs needed, yet just as effective—if not more.

Decide to live pain free today. Visit us at: Hope Clinic Care, 15030 N Hayden Rd ste 120, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 (tel: +1 480 659 5470)

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When you experience ongoing, persistent physical pain that lasts longer than six months, it is called chronic pain. Sure, chronic pain makes everyday activities hard to do, but it also takes a toll on your mental health. It causes extreme emotional stress, and a high stress level can affect the stress hormones and neurochemicals found within your brain and nervous system, which will influence your mood, thinking, and behavior. This is why chronic pain and mental health problems are closely linked.

With chronic pain, you may find it difficult to participate in the activities you used to do and enjoy, which could lead to decreased self-esteem. Furthermore, it may lead to sleep disturbances, fatigue, trouble concentrating, decreased appetite, and emotional changes. These negative changes in your lifestyle can increase your pain and worsen your overall mood. If left untreated, these can quickly result in depression and anxiety. People with chronic pain are four times more likely to develop depression and anxiety compared to those who are not in pain.

There are chronic pain conditions that often come with heavy emotional toll:


Arthritis is inflammation of one or more of your joints, which can cause disabling pain. The most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriatic arthritis. They cause inflammation and pain that affect mostly the joints, but also certain organs and connective tissues. With arthritis, it is difficult to complete daily activities and participate in social activities. The frustration and feelings of isolation that come with these limitations and inabilities may lead to development of mental health problems like depression and anxiety.


Fibromyalgia is known as a disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. The causes may include physical trauma, surgery, infection, or significant psychological stress. However, in some cases, symptoms gradually accumulate over time with no clear causes or triggering events. Women are twice more likely to suffer from fibromyalgia than men, and those with fibromyalgia possess the risk of experiencing anxiety disorders (particularly obsessive-compulsive disorder) approximately five times higher compared to those who do not have this condition.

Back and Neck Pain

These kinds of pain may occur as a result of muscle strain, sleeping in an uncomfortable position, dealing with heavy objects, trauma and/or stress. For some people, the ache lasts not for long, but for others, back and neck pain can become chronic. When it does, it surely interferes with their daily routines and makes it incredibly hard for them to do simple activities, such as walking and moving around. In the long run, chronic back and neck pain can cause the sufferers to spiral into depression, and even cause depressive symptoms to become worse.


Migraines are headaches that are characterized by severe throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation in the areas of head, face, and neck. Migraines are considered chronic when they last for 15 or more days a month for over three months. It’s often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, extreme sensitivity to light and sound, and in some cases, symptoms of major depressive and anxiety disorders.

To deal with these difficult physical and mental conditions, Hope Clinic provides various kinds of non-invasive and non-opioid treatment methods. Using cold laser therapy, along with microcurrent and balancing treatment, Hope Clinic presents a wide range of solutions to relieve pain by facilitating your body to maximize its healing and repairing ability. No drugs needed, yet just as effectiveif not more.

Balancing treatment can also be an option in reducing depressive and anxious symptoms. The use of transcranial headbands in microcurrent stimulation helps the brain move from an anxiety dominant Beta wave to an Alpha/Theta relaxed and focused brainwave pattern, leaving the individual feeling rested and restored. This relaxation signals relaxing brainwaves and enables the body to self-repair connective tissues. Even so, if you experience heavy symptoms of depression and anxiety disorders, it is always encouraged to seek more professional help, including proficient therapists or psychiatrists.

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July 19, 2022 KeziaArticles

Soccer is undeniably one of the most popular sports in the entire world, and even more so in the United States. However, just like any other sport, soccer comes with its own risks of injuries. These injuries are categorized into acute and cumulative injuries. Acute injuries oftentimes are caused by a fall, collision with other players, a strike, or any immediate action. On the other hand, cumulative injuries are the ones involving repetitive stress and pressure on a muscle, joint, or connective tissue, leading to body aches, pain, and physical impairment.

These injuries happen mostly in the lower part of the body. These are the 5 most common soccer injuries that you need to pay attention to!

Ankle sprain

Ankle sprains occur when there is a stretching and tearing of ligaments surrounding the ankle joint. Lateral ankle sprains (outside of the ankle) can occur in soccer when a player kicks the ball with the top of their foot. A medial ankle sprain (inside of the ankle) can occur when the toes are turned out while the foot is flexed upward.

Achilles tendon rupture

A rupture involves the partial or complete tear of the Achilles tendon, often with an audible popping sound. This can occur when a soccer player performs fast, explosive movements, such as chasing after the soccer ball or darting away from a member of the opposite team.

Groin pull 

A groin pull is a type of strain that occurs when the muscles of the inner thigh are stretched beyond their limits. A soccer player can pull their groin when kicking a ball and/or being met with resistance by an opponent who attempts to kick the ball in another direction.

Hamstring injury

Hamstring injuries involve the three back muscles of the thigh and can range from a minor strain to a total rupture. The continuous running, sprinting, and stopping movements in soccer can lead to hamstring injuries.

Runner’s Knee

Patellofemoral pain syndrome, often called runner’s knee, is a condition in which the cartilage under the kneecap is damaged due to injury or overuse. It can occur when there is misalignment in the knee or strained tendons.

To prevent these injuries, it’s important to do some warm ups and cool downs. Gentle stretches around the groins, hips, hamstrings, Achilles tendons, and quadriceps will help a long way. Wear protective gear and make sure they fit you just right. Lastly, check the playing field and weather conditions before starting the game.

But what should you do when you hurt yourself while playing soccer? Worry not! Hope Clinic offers personalized treatment for sports injuries, including soccer. At Hope Clinic, you can get non-invasive and non-opioid treatment for your soccer-related injuries. With an over 93% success rate, they provide excellent treatment procedures that are 100% drug-free! Using verified hands-on techniques and dual modality devices, Hope Clinic presents a wide range of solutions to relieve pain by facilitating your body to maximize its healing and repairing ability. No drugs needed, yet just as effectiveif not more.

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Microcurrent electrical stimulation is a technique for treating musculoskeletal pain by using low-level electrical current, where the current is delivered by a particular device to certain parts of your body that are affected. This kind of therapy uses an extremely mild electrical current, which is only one millionth of an ampere. The human body also produces its own current in each cell, making this therapy suitable to treat pain and body aches. So, let’s take a look at the 3 reasons why you should choose microcurrent electrical stimulation therapy for your pain!

Microcurrent electrical stimulation has little to no side effects.

Due to its non-invasive and non-opioid nature, microcurrent electrical stimulation is considered extremely safe for everyone. From children to senior citizens, microcurrent electrical therapy can be effective in treating injured muscles and joints, repair body tissues, reduce inflammation, and eliminate pain without having to consume medicines or go under the knife.

There are, however, some conditions that you need to pay attention to before undergoing microcurrent therapy. Make sure that you are hydrated, drinking plenty of water before your treatment session begins. Furthermore, if you are one of these groups of people, you are unfortunately not suitable for microcurrent electrical therapy.

List of people who should not undergo a microcurrent treatment:

  • People with pacemakers (small devices implanted in the chest to help control the heartbeat).

  • People who have uncontrolled seizures.

  • People with implanted pumps (battery-powered devices that are surgically implanted to provide continuous drug delivery for pain management in patients with non-cancer pain).

  • Pregnant women.


Microcurrent electrical stimulation improves your body’s ability to repair itself.

As previously stated, the human body produces its own natural current within every cell, which provides intercellular communication through electromagnetic signaling. This signaling is interfered with and the communication is disrupted when your tissues and muscles get injured. So, this is where microcurrent technology plays its role. The low-level electrical current delivered to your affected tissues will help restore your body’s electromagnetic field back to normal, allowing the injured cells to heal. The length of the healing process is different for every individual, some take a longer time to heal than others. The good news is, other than speeding up the process of recovery, microcurrent treatment procedures can also contribute to the prevention of getting similar injuries in the future.

Microcurrent electrical stimulation can be personalized according to your injuries and needs, and it works best when combined with other hands-on therapy and exercise programs.

The frequencies used in microcurrent electrical stimulation differs, depending on the injuries and tissues involved. For every kind of tissue in your body, there is a specific frequency. Moreover, this therapy will not mess with other manual therapy or medications that you have to be under. Instead, microcurrent treatment will support other treatment methods that you require to do, and thus, accelerate your healing process.

Some injuries that microcurrent therapy can treat include:

  • Arthritis,

  • Fibromyalgia,

  • Sports injuries,

  • Back pain,

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome,

  • Tennis elbow,

  • Muscle sprains and strains,

  • Post-surgery pain,

  • Shoulder pain,

  • Nerve injuries,

  • And many more.

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