Neurostimulators are a highly specialized class of therapeutic technology designed to encourage the regeneration of damaged or dysfunctional nerves in the peripheral nervous system.
The technology generates the exact same electrical impulses as is generated by your brain, and at the exact same frequency, except at a much greater intensity.
Neurostimulators are not to be confused with a traditional TENS unit, which provides a weak, high-frequency signal designed to temporarily block pain, or with a muscle stimulator (IFC) whose signal causes a weak muscle contraction. Neurostimulators generate specific high-intensity impulses which affect nerves axons and their chemical messengers along the nerve pathways they are applied to.
Its’ use forces nerves and their synapses to propagate impulses along their axons, stimulating a host of beneficial metabolic processes necessary to help with the regeneration process.
Neurostimulators are required to help regenerate damaged or dysfunctional nerves due to:
• Chemotherapy • Nerve compression conditions in arms or legs (sciatica/thoracic outlet syndrome/carpal tunnel etc.) • Damaged by high blood sodium levels • Side effects of medications
• Peripheral Neuropathy • Prolonged inflammation/edema into arms and legs
• High glucose levels (type 1 or 2 diabetes) • Uncontrolled high blood pressure • Trauma (accidental damage) • Bone fractures • Scar tissue resulting from surgical procedures • Ischemia (low oxygen levels in severely damaged regions)
Neurostimulator/rebuilder technology provides the most effective therapeutic intervention to encourage the repair and regeneration of damaged nerves, thus eliminating pain and allowing the normal function to return to the body for optimal health and vitality.