San Tan Valley Physician Offers New Technology Providing Relief from Neuropathy

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San Tan Valley, AZ – Choice Chiropractic and Wellness is pleased to announce the addition of ReBuilder™ therapy combined with other treatment options.

The ReBuilder is a unique form of TENS with an EMS component to it. It also incorporates sophisticated biofeedback circuitry with 3 micro-processors, which adjust the outgoing waveform each and every time it is sent (almost 8 times/second). The nerve stimulus treats the peripheral nerve pathway in its entirety, from the tip of the toes to the base of the spine, bilaterally. Its stimulus is designed so that it does not over stimulate the nerve, impairing its ability to function or blocking nerve impulses, as a standard TENS does, which will exacerbate numbness issues, and effectively impair the patient’s mobility. The muscle stimulator component contracts muscles at the end of the extremity and moves toward the core. This forces waste products back to the heart, making way for fresh, nutrient rich blood. This detoxification effect is an important part of the therapy.

ReBuilder Medical, Inc. which produces the ReBuilder™, the world’s most advanced neuropathy pain relieving modality has been registered with the FDA, and has been in production since 1987 with an unprecedented safety record. It has seen many design improvements since over the years. Today’s models feature many sophisticated advancements in electronics and circuitry. Multiple studies have been performed that validate the effectiveness of ReBuilder therapy.

Regardless of your type of neuropathic pain: idiopathic, diabetic, chemotherapy induced, or trauma to the lower back, the ReBuilder can help. The ReBuilder is manufactured in the USA, in an FDA approved facility

Contact Dr. Shiflet at 480-888-7744 for an assessment to learn if ReBuilder therapy is an option for you.

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