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Tags: acupuncture | brain cancer | biomodulator | optune

Electrical Therapies That Heal

William Maxfield, M.D. By Tuesday, 23 May 2017 04:28 PM EDT Current | Bio | Archive

In the past, I have written about the Biomodulator, which I consider to be updated form of acupuncture.

The reason acupuncture works is that the needle that is placed into the patient acts as an antenna. The acupuncturist placing the needle is a bigger antenna, so you are changing the electrical potential in the area where the needle is placed.

The Biomodulator can do the same thing by placing an electrode to stimulate the acupuncture points but without the need to have a needle placed inside the patient’s body.

The Biomodulator was developed by Dr. Jerry Tennant, and has been very well-received. It is effective predominantly for treating pain, but is also good for other conditions such as skin wrinkling.

Dr. Tennant also treats patients with hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), and has recently published data about its use for fibromyalgia, demonstrating that 70 percent of patients who receive HBOT have significant improvement of their condition.           

There is also a device called Optune, an electrical stimulator designed for the brain that has been reported as improving treatment of gliobastoma multiforme — which is a very serious brain cancer.

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The reason acupuncture works is that the needle that is placed into the patient acts as an antenna.
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Tuesday, 23 May 2017 04:28 PM
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