People just like you, all over the globe, have discovered that their nerves can be rebuilt and full function restored. It does not matter what the cause of your painful peripheral neuropathy is: idiopathic, diabetic, alcoholic, toxic, or chemotherapy induced.
At some time, perhaps portions of your nerves were starved for oxygen, or they were squeezed by a nearby muscle or vertebrae in your spine.
Whatever the cause your nerve impulses, both those sensory nerves going up to the brain and those motor nerves coming down from the brain are inhibited and cannot perform their functions. Your brain began to ignore the confusing incoming signals resulting in the sensation of numbness and tingling. With enough time, these inhibited signals finally let loose all at once causing shooting pains, burning sensations, and the feeling of pins and needles. Finally, you began to lose touch with where your feet were, in time and space, and began to stumble and fall. This process is progressive, and can eventually result in reduced mobility, injury, even amputation.
A specialized medical device called the ReBuilder, has the ability to immediately stop the pain, reduce the numbness and tingling, and restore your nerve health resulting in less pain, full feeling in your feet and hands, and greater mobility.
Built-in microprocessors measures several physiological functions of your nerves and automatically adjusts itself to your specific therapeutic needs, beginning with the first healing signal.
When the ReBuilder is first turned on, it measures the electrical analog resistance and digital impedance and sets its output parameters for your particular physical mass. It knows if it is treating a 125 lb woman or a 350 lb man. If you use it directly on your lower back, it knows that too.
The ReBuilder then sends out a "test" signal that represents healthy waveform for peripheral nerves. This signal goes from one foot, up the leg, to the nerve roots in your lower back, down the other leg, to the other foot. It then waits for an echo-like response from this initial signal.
It then records this waveform, digitizes it, and then analyzes this 'return" signal to determine any aberrations.
Then the ReBuilder creates a compensating waveform to correct the problem and sends that. This is done in real time, 7.83 times per second. This can calm overactive nerves and activate numb nerves. This signal is an AC signal, not a DC signal, and it represents a healthy nerve waveform.
Just as a cardiologist can take one look at the shape of the signal displayed on an EKG monitor, and diagnose what is wrong with the heart, we have been able to identify that the peripheral nerves have a very particular shape to its waveform. Therefore we can diagnose the nature of the problem by analyzing that waveform. This feature is built into the stimulator and processed by its internal microprocessor.
Abnormalities in the shape of the waveform on the way up indicates issues with numbness; the shape of the top of the waveform indicates the ability of the nerve to deliver the signal long enough for the brain to receive it all; abnormalities in the downward slope of the waveform indicates pain, and the shape of the refractory period as the nerve cell repolarizes itself indicates the ability of the nerve pathway to prepare for the next signal.
The device then creates and sends a compensating waveform, to 'smooth out' these irregularities, very similar to the way noise canceling headphones work.
This process goes on 7.83 times every second, sending a signal, analyzing the returning signal, creating a compensating signal, and sending this new signal. It is constantly analyzing your response, and adjusting itself, to gently coax your nerve's ability to send and receive proper signals.
These impulses are sent 7.83 times per second because that is how long it takes for the nerve cell to re-polarize (or reset) itself between its transmission of nerve signals. Minerals like calcium, sodium, and potassium must pass back and forth through the cell wall of the nerves. Although very similar to a 'common' TENS device, the ReBuilder's signals are vastly more controlled and precise. Commons TENS devices use an unnatural, uncontrolled, simple signal at a much higher frequency, specifically designed to stop the cells ability to repolarize. This is why a common TENS merely blocks the nerve signals. The ReBuilder device is a very specialized form of TENS, which rehabilitates the neuropathy patient.
The signals, (as they cross the synaptic junctions in the nerve roots of the lower back to get from one leg to the other), create a small electromagnetic field that is sensed by the nerves in your central nervous system (spine) and a signal is uploaded to the brain to let it know what is happening in the lumbar area. The brain then releases endorphins, internal pain relievers that travel via the blood stream to all parts of the body. These endorphins temporarily relieve pain in other parts of the body and help elevate your mood. These endorphin modulated benefits are palliative, and last for about 4 hours, offering additional welcome relief from your peripheral neuropathy pain.
This electrophysical treatment, (combined with ReStoreAM the B vitamin enriched capsule that enhances blood flow), increases mood, restores a feeling of well-being, increases energy, enhances focus and short term memory (all within 15 minutes and lasting for 4-5 hours) can truly change your life.
Ask yourself: "Am I getting better on my current therapy? Am I taking more and more drugs?"
Ask yourself: "If I don't resolve this right now, where will I be in 5 years?"
If the ReBuilder works on cancer pain, it can work for you.