doctor holding up an electroceutical called a tens unit


By Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.C.N., C.N.S., C.B.T.

Pharmaceuticals, as we all know, refer to widely used medical drugs. And nutraceuticals – widely used vitamins, minerals, herbals, and other nutrient supplements. But I’ll be you haven’t heard of electroceuticals. You will, and increasingly so, because they represent the medicine of the future.

Electroceuticals are non-invasive applications and therapies that generate, utilize, or transmit healing forms of electromagnetic energy.

Keep in mind that you and I are bioelectrical beings. Our bodies and their countless systems operate first and foremost electrically. Our cells, for instance, operate at certain frequencies. And so do our organ systems, such as the central nervous system, immune systems, and muscles.

For more information on how this exciting new frontier in medicine can help you, read the full article.

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  1. Norm

    on March 5, 2014 at 7:15 pm

    I am somewhat intrigued by the discussion regarding the electrical impulse therapy, in particular it’s application to addressing the electrical firing of the ventricles and if such therapy has improved the level of heart rate in patiences and to be statistically significant in terms of level of improvement.

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