Care Vertical: Nerve & Lumbar Pain
According to most published medical papers, lumbar pain is the most common cause of pain. Adding Neurocare Pro vertical Photobiomodualtion to your practice as a primary or ancillary modality will significantly add to your patient results. Increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation has shown great results on reducing nerve pain all over the human body. Your patients are seeking healthy not invasive options to the drugs and surgery being offered. Not only can you deliver effective pain solutions to your patients, but you can grow your practice in the process. Afterall, patients’ results are what matters most!
The Neurocare Pro Body Pad 440 is a powerful Body Pad feature a large built-in strap for easy patient set up when a wrap is in order like ankle, knee, or wrist care. The Body Pad 440 features the advanced SMD microchip technology which offers several advantages over their much older “through-hole” technology counterpart. This includes a more powerful photonic output energy, improved beam angle, and wider aperture output of 120-degree projection, meaning they produce less heat and deliver a significantly more balanced light disbursement into the bio-site tissue. Because they are flat, they are significantly more comfortable making the users session a more joyful experience. Another significant advantage with both of our boot systems is the Microchip SMD’s are 2 times the diode count as the older “through-hole” diodes and thus, the 120 microchips house 2 powerful and efficient diodes each making the 440 diode the most powerful Body Pad 440 on the market. These boots are so powerful, they require an 18V power source, as oppose the 12V used by most all other boots on the market.
According to Web MD, 1 in 4 American Workers Struggles With Back Pain
Top Causes of Chronic Pain are
- Low back pain.
- Arthritis, especially osteoarthritis.
- Multiple sclerosis.
- Nerve damage (neuropathy)
What Causes Chronic Pain?
- Years of poor posture.
- Improper lifting and carrying of heavy objects.
- Being overweight, which puts excess strain on the back and knees.
- A congenital condition such as curvature of the spine.
- Traumatic injury.
- Wearing high heels.
- Sleeping on a poor mattress.
- No obvious physical cause.