StopMusclePain.com Launched as Only Website Dedicated to Reversing Back Pain
Pioneered at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine by JenniferChu, M.D., Emeritus Associate Professor with more than 30 years of clinicalresearch in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, eToims(R) applies verybrief, noninvasive electrical stimulation at the junction of the involvednerve and muscle, to elicit abrupt "twitch" muscle contractions to individualmuscles. These twitches perform local exercise and scientific massage fromwithin the muscle. The inability of common pain therapies to stimulateneuromuscular junctions explains why long-term pain management has for so longremained an unsolved mystery. With no downtime involved, eToims(R) TwitchRelief Method is an ideal treatment for those employed in high-performance,high-stress occupations such as athletics, entertainment, business ownership,law, and finance.
While the noninvasive eToims(R) technology (discovered in 2006) evolvedfrom neuromuscular pain twitch relief work that began in 1990, eToims(R) hasroots in the 5,000 year-old tradition of acupuncture. However, instead ofrebalancing altered energy, eToims(R) attempts to restore to "normal" changesfound in involved pathologic muscles associated with pain by ending:
Dr. Chu, President/CEO of eToims(R) Soft Tissue Comfort Center, LLCexplains "Of the nearly 100 patients treated thus far ranging from 10-82 yearsof age with pain symptoms lasting from one month to as long as fifty years,85% of eToims(R) patients continue to receive treatments after returning formore than 3 sessions. This is an encouraging statistic as patients pay for theprocedure as an out-of-pocket expense, with their willingness to return weeklyclearly illustrating the effectiveness of eToims(R) in improving quality oflife." Please visit http://www.stopmusclepain.com for more information.(1) traction on selective pain-producing structures, (2) local muscle/nerve lack of oxygen by increasing inflow of intramuscular blood carrying oxygen and other nutrients, and (3) pain producing accumulation of local muscle tissue wastes by increasing outflow of fluids carrying these wastes.
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