SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Electromedical Technologies, Inc. (OTC: ELCQ) (the “Company”), a pioneer in the development and manufacturing of bioelectronic devices, including the FDA cleared WellnessPro®, designed to relieve chronic, intractable and acute pains by using frequencies and electro-modulation, is pleased to announce a collaboration with California College of Natural Medicine for a “First of its Kind” certification program in the United States called “Bioelectronics Wellness Practitioner.” This certification program and curriculum are pending approval.
Health providers, their patients and clients are seeking non-invasive effective and tested methods of pain relief addressing a variety of health issues today. Doctors and patients are realizing the importance of using methods that will have a positive effect in reducing pain without having negative effects on the immune system, especially in today’s pandemic environment. Dr. Theresa Dale, PhD, CCN, NP, founder, and Dean of the California College of Natural Medicine’s (CCNM) curriculum www.cconm.com, supports the use of electromedicine as an effective bio-electronic therapeutic methodology, offering patients powerful drug-free options for pain reduction.
Dr. Dale commented: “Recommending equipment with a proven track-record with over 10 years of positive results was the challenge, however, the WellnessPro® is one of the recommended bio-electronic devices that has met this challenge and will be part of the curriculum program once approved.”
Since provider education is imperative in the effective usage of non-invasive, non-toxic bio-electronic wellness methodologies, training assists providers in understanding the foundation, application, research and various methods in effective pain care and management at home and in the office. It is a great tool for future doctors to be able to run various programs for their patients at their home or office.
Electromedical Technologies CEO Matthew Wolfson commented, “We are very excited that the California College of Natural Medicine is the first college to propose such a certification program. It was very important to collaborate with such a great institution so that more practitioners and distributors may gain comprehensive knowledge of Bioelectronics, and the modern effective medical devices and technologies that produce natural pain relief and overall wellness. Doctor and patient interaction provides medical professionals a way to monitor patient drug usage with the end goal of providing people a drug free way to reduce drug use and side effects. Once the curriculum and certification program are approved, Doctors and students will have access to the Wellness Pro Plus devices, which will give them hands on understanding of the various techniques and benefits of using drug free application techniques for chronic, acute post traumatic and intractable pain. The proposed CCNM curriculum provides students a better understanding of new emerging technologies that use energy, frequency, and vibration instead of drug therapies.”
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