Electrical Medicine devices uses state-of-the art, microcurrent interactive feedback and electro-stimulation technology to gently stimulate the body’s natural resources to resolve pain, not just mask it. The Biofeedback Electro-Stimulation Technology handheld devices are easy-to-use for non-pharmaceutical pain relief, as well as an incredible tool for biofeedback therapy and pain management.
How do the devices work? These devices produce microcurrent electrical impulses, which are transmitted by electrodes in the device through the skin to interface with the body’s internal peripheral nervous system for the purpose of therapeutic intervention. The devices are controlled by a high performance microcomputer chip into which embeds proprietary software.
Bio-Feedback is the System's (in this case, the body’s) response to the stimulus, and the technology’s ability to detect, measure, analyze and respond to the body. With each response, the electrical properties of the tissue change. The device detects the change and responds, resulting in the very next signal being modified. This is possible because of the development of modern high-speed microprocessors, which are able to establish a “cybernetic loop” between electronic instrument and living body.
Why is training needed? While easy to use, the microcurrent devices are advanced, sophisticated, electrical microcurrent systems that are best used in the hands of a skilled, trained practitioner. Trained practitioners understand how to place the device at the correct location on the body to decrease impedance on the skin, as well as acupuncture or electron deficient sump points and determining areas of injured or diseased tissue to restore normal energetic equilibrium between various tissues and organs on the body.
What is the purpose of online training? Electrical Medicine is designed to help physicians and healthcare practitioners review protocol and technique knowledge acquired through core and advanced classroom training. Training is vital for proper integration of microcurrent devices into a practitioner's specific practice, as well as providing basic device training for office personnel. Online training videos also help practitioners demonstrate to patients the applied protocol or technique that will be used in their treatment. These demonstrations can be shown to the patient conveniently either on an office computer or through a tablet application.