University research centers, doctors, and physicians around the world have overseen treatments using electrotherapy with outstanding results in the reduction of pain for a wide range of acute and chronic conditions. The WellnessPro Plus is an effective complementary treatment modality for pain relief.

For clinical research information about how Electrotherapy treats these and other chronic conditions, visit our Resources page

Everyone experiences pain a unique way. Every patient you treat comes with a different type of pain, from duration and intensity to localized or hard to pin down. You’ve mastered the practice of pain management and care, but need a device that can respond to the varied conditions your patients face.

From chronic pain caused by arthritis or inflammation to acute pain that needs short-term alleviation, the WellnessPro Plus is designed to deliver relief that can adapt to almost any pain and any person.

Why Is Electrotherapy Perfect For Treating Pain?

Pain relief is one of the most promising applications of bio-electrical stimulation, especially for the millions of men and women who experience pain and want an alternative to toxic painkillers and invasive surgical procedures.

It blocks nerve signals in a safe and natural way, so the brain doesn’t sense the pain. This delivers relief while allowing other medicine to safely treat the underlying cause of the pain.

Electrical impulses from the nerves near areas of our body that are damaged or otherwise harmed travel to our brain, delivering the unpleasant sensation of pain.

The WellnessPro Plus operates by interrupting these signals to reduce or even eliminate the pain information the brain receives. Pain relief is achieved without the need for other painkillers that often come with significant side effects and risks like addiction.

Chronic Pain

What makes pain chronic? According to the medical community, Chronic Pain is pain that lasts longer than 3 months, often even though the underlying injury has healed. Some people will experience chronic pain that lasts for years, especially when it is related to nerve damage. Chronic pain does not always have an obvious physical cause.

Acute Pain

Acute Pain are the aches and pains we feel that start suddenly and are sharp. They tend to have a direct, noticeable cause such as burning or cutting yourself, tearing a muscle, or breaking a bone. The pain after giving birth or having surgery is also considered acute pain. This pain typically does not last longer than 6 months and stops when the underlying problem is treated.

Treating Pain

TENS devices are some of the most recommended devices designed to treat and reduce pain. We built the WellnessPro Plus to make the best use of today’s TENS technology, plus give patients relief through new advancements in bioelectronics and electrotherapy.

By blocking the pain signals, our devices treat both Chronic and Acute pain in a single modality. Patients get the relief they need while their body heals and, if possible, you treat the underlying cause. For those who suffer from chronic pain due to conditions that cannot change, such as nerve damage or osteoarthritis, the WellnessPro Plus can be part of a regular regimen to keep pain at bay.

People deserve to live free from pain and to be able to enjoy their daily lives. That’s our entire goal with the WellnessPro Plus. If you are in pain, we know you have questions about it. Try the links below to learn more about what we offer, what we treat, and how we may be able to help.

ElectroMedical devices like the WellnessPro® Plus rely on electromagnetic energy and deep pulsing ion waves to provide effective and long-lasting pain relief, often where traditional medicines and pain management treatments fail.

Electrotherapy has long been used in clinical settings by health care practitioners as an alternative pain management modality. Today, thanks to devices like the WellnessPro Plus, patients can experience the benefits of using a medical-grade electrotherapy device in almost any office.

Is The WellnessPro Plus Right For Your Healthcare Practice? (FAQ)

Are your patients in pain?
Where there’s pain, there’s a good chance bioelectrical therapy can help resolve it. It works across many types of acute and chronic pain, from pulled muscles to fibromyalgia, and has very few limitations for its application.

Electrotherapy is safe to use in tandem with a wide range of prescriptions and antibiotics, with few, if any, drug interactions.

 

Have your patients been in pain for at least three months?
Are your patients suffering, coming back month after month to get prescriptions refilled but complaining that opioids and other remedies just aren’t providing relief?

We have worked to provide the most relief to chronic pain conditions, though electrotherapy does provide relief for short-term and acute pain as well. Research shows that chronic conditions respond best to electrotherapy, giving patients the most significant reduction in their symptoms.

It’s relief that you can monitor and deliver safely, for patients who will always need regular assistance.

 

Have your patients tried other pain management therapies?
Please note, there are no requirements to have tried other therapies before turning to electrotherapy for relief.

A substantial number of people who experience pain relief with bioelectrical stimulation do so after trying traditional and alternative treatments unsuccessfully.

We believe bioelectrical therapies are a smart addition to give your patients a wide array of treatments. It allows them to focus on health and healing, mitigating worries that come with some other treatment options.

 

Are your patients seeking an alternative to painkillers?
Pharmaceutical painkillers have contributed to a drug abuse epidemic around the world. In the U.S., the opioid epidemic has turned deadly for many. This has led to people seeking all-natural, non-toxic alternatives like electrotherapy.

Whether you’re seeking an alternative pain management therapy for patients to avoid painkillers, or want to move some of your existing patients away from existing prescriptions as their bodies become resistant to certain medicines, electrotherapy is a safe and effective option that is non-habit-forming.

Please refer to this fact sheet from the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) to learn about the dangers of opioid addiction in the United States.

 

Do you want a safe, successful option that’s being used in practices all over the world?
The number of electrotherapy users in the world is growing tremendously, and doctors are more inclined to recommend it as a safe pain treatment because of innovative studies that continue to prove its effectiveness for a wide range of pain, inflammation, and other chronic conditions.

If you don’t know anyone who has tried electrotherapy, look at our testimonial page to hear real stories from real people who experienced amazing results using the WellnessPro Plus.

 

Do your patients have any contraindications of electrotherapy?
A “contraindication” is a specific situation in which a drug, procedure, or therapy should not be used because it may be harmful to the person. Often these are due to allergies, illnesses, or individual physiology.

Electrotherapy may not be right for all people or all conditions. Please DO NOT use electrotherapy if patients:

  • Are pregnant.
  • Have thrombosis.
  • Use a pacemaker or implanted defibrillator.
  • Have an undiagnosed pain syndrome.
  • Or if you feel they should avoid any electrotherapy stimulation.

 

How can you get started?
Start by downloading a free brochure to learn more about our devices, how they work, and how they can help your patients relieve their chronic or acute pain symptoms. Your local ElectroMedical distributor will be happy to answer any questions you have as well.

Electrotherapy may not be right for all people or for all conditions, but there are a few situations that might immediately disqualify you from trying electrical stimulation. For example, patients who are pregnant or who have a diagnosed heart condition should consult with their primary caregiver before using an electrotherapy device. Other contraindications of electrotherapy include thrombosis, pacemaker or implanted defibrillator, and undiagnosed pain syndromes. In any case, your doctor will be able to tell you if electrotherapy is safe for you.

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