Arthritis device

ARTHRITIS is a common condition arthritis device can be extremely debilitating and painful. Many people treat the condition with painkillers but one woman said a device which can help ease pain is a ‘miracle’. Home of the Daily and Sunday Express.

Hilary Cass, 74, a retired mother-of-two from East Sussex, had to give up horse riding when a painful condition started to take over her life. This was devastating news for Hilary and even more so when in March 2017, she was told she needed a knee replacement. However, a friend recommended microcurrent therapy, which works by mimicking the body’s natural electrical currents and reintroduces them from an external source. The technology had previously been used for injured horses but now research has revealed it can be used for humans. Hilary said she was sceptical at first but decided she had nothing to lose, because it had worked on horses. I was constantly in pain and putting my body at more risk everyday with the medicine I was taking but now I’m using a safe method of pain relief and I am very happy.

The pain took over my life and was the main reason I stopped riding my beloved horses which was very hard for me. I can now have a full night’s sleep, I can move around, exercise, walk my dog and do the things that I have missed out on for years. Hilary said the device has changed her life — she can go on long walks and sleep without being woken up by pain. Arthritis: From osteoarthritis to rheumatoid, here are different types of the painful condition that affects around 10 million people in the UK. What are the different types of arthritis? My son and daughter unfortunately also suffer with arthritis and they have begun using it too. They are astonished at how well it works and how well they now feel.

I have recommended this treatment to everyone I know who is suffering as I truly believe the device is a miracle. Cells communicate with all other cells with a series of minute sequences of electrical currents, which regulate the body’s function. When disease, injury or stress is present, these currents are compromised, which can prevent natural healing processes. Microcurrent therapy accelerates many processes involved with correct cellular functioning. A 2001 study that looked at 1,949 patients using the therapy for pain management found 93 per cent claimed significant pain reduction. The majority of patients said three weeks of usage had helped them significantly. Microcurrent therapy has been used in Europe and America for more than 20 years.

The Arc4Health device, which Hilary uses, has developed from successful use of microcurrent technology with injured horses. It is portable and can be worn by patients, allowing them to benefit from the therapy without having to stay in one place or go into hospital. This technology works at cellular level, so it doesn’t matter where the currents are introduced to the body, they go to wherever they are required. I came across the device a couple of years ago when it was being developed and I saw it benefit someone who was willing to try it for chronic back pain. She had such immediate relief that I was intrigued.

My brother then also tried it for arthritis in his ankle that he suffered greatly with and it soon helped with his mobility, pain and overall wellbeing. I decided to learn much more and saw that although there are several years of published peer-reviewed studies proving the benefits, only now are we taking advantage of it. I firmly believe that this could have a great impact on sufferers of several conditions and therefore have a significant impact on the NHS, which is burdened in pain management and expensive drug treatment. Most Read Stories’, ‘Fancy a low-cal drink?

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