ETPSSM Neuromechanical Therapy is the world’s first integrative therapy developed exclusively to fight pain.
The theoretical underpinnings of ETPSSM therapy are based on sound medicine, firmly grounded in the concepts of acupuncture, modern neurology, microcurrent stimulation and myofascial release (muscular relaxation) techniques. ETPSSM‘s unique contribution to pain relief comes from the synthesis of these different approaches, combining the therapeutic ‘pearls’ of these different therapies into easy-to-use protocols.
By following the recommended protocols, physicians/therapists are able to identify anatomical areas most responsible for contributing to a patient’s pain condition. Areas deemed ineffective in producing positive therapeutic responses are eliminated from future treatments. Areas producing positive responses are examined diagnostically to determine interrelationship(s) with the patient’s condition and are integrated into future protocols. Using this approach, ETPSSM can produce superior results over traditional pain therapy techniques in a fraction of the time. All without drugs, side effects, pads or gels.
ETPSSM has been a remarkable success in the fight against chronic pain. The results are so impressive using this approach that complete or substantial relief from pain may often occur in the first or second treatment. Most patients require 2-10 treatments for permanent results, with some chronic patients requiring ongoing treatments in the home setting. ETPSSM can be individualized to any patient’s needs and applied non-invasively in almost any setting, indoor or out, usually within 5-15 minutes. ETPSSM stimulation is significantly more effective than any other therapies offered on the marketplace, decreasing recovery time by over 80%.
ETPSSM protocols bridge many different treatment philosophies to provide therapeutic responses where other modalities fail to achieve successful results. Because it is effective in the diagnosis of root causes of pain, ETPSSM therapy can serve as an invaluable tool to all health professionals in their efforts to substantiate current treatment and as an integrative tool for current protocols.
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