People with nerve pain, muscle soreness and diabetic neuropathy will find true therapeutic relief with the ReBuilder 300. Rather than masking and blocking pain, tingling and numbness in the extremities, this innovative device addresses and heals the source of symptoms.
The key to ReBuilder’s success is its proprietary technology and its makers’ deep knowledge of nerve function. Unlike the typical TENS unit you might see in a chiropractor’s office which uses a high frequency electrical pulse to disable and quiet damaged nerves, ReBuilder uses a lower frequency pulse that is precisely matched to normal nerve function. In effect, it opens blocked nerve paths and “retrains” abnormal nerve synapses, restoring pain-free function over time.
Conductive socks and gloves are placed on the hands or feet. Other devices send current through one hand or foot, and the treatment is limited. ReBuilder sends current from one hand, up the arm to the spine, across and down the other arm to the opposite hand. In other words, it treats and heals the entire nerve path of both hands. The principle is the same for treating feet with conductive socks. Current flows from the foot up the leg, across the lumbar spine and down the other leg to the opposite foot.
All conductive garments are woven with elastic thread that contains antibacterial silver. Silver also provides additional conductivity, and elastic ensures snug fit and even distribution of current.
Treatments last for 30 minutes, and the user can determine the strength of current according to his or her needs, making it a uniquely customized home therapy alternative to clinical treatment. Best of all, the kit is Medicare-approved, with coverage available to help with the cost of purchase.
Talk with your doctor before purchasing the kit to make sure it’s right for you. Then start moving along the path to pain-free hands and feet, and a more active lifestyle!
The unit is contraindicated for patients who have pacemakers, implantable devices, are pregnant, are suffering from thrombophelebitis (blood clot). Check with your physician for his advice if you are in any of these categories.