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Using An Innovative Electric Cell Signaling System

So many who suffer from Neuropathy and Chronic Pain have been told there is nothing that can be done and often the only treatment they are offered is various forms of pharmaceutical pain killers. While that has been the case for many years, innovations in healthcare technology are now offering a new hope to these patients! Even better, these treatments are now covered by insurance, including Medicare!

Neuropathy, commonly called peripheral neuropathy, is a nerve problem that causes pain, numbness, tingling, swelling, or muscle weakness in different parts of the body. It usually begins in the hands and feet. However, these damaged nerves can be repaired. Electric Cell Signaling (ECS) is a device that promotes the dilation of blood vessels, increases blood flow, and reduces inflammation to repair and regenerate the nerve cells for healing. Using electronic signals or electrotherapy at specific wavelengths, the ECS system breaks the pain signals that pass in the nerve cells (also called axons). As a result, they stop relaying the pain stimulus, giving patients relief. Essentially, the ECS device reprograms the nerves to “forget” the pain patterns they have learned. It is used in combination with a series of injections of a proprietary blend of vitamins. The injections enhance the treatment by giving the nerves and tissues the building blocks they need to restore and repair. 

There is one ECS device that has been published in multiple medical journals and used in clinical research proving the ability to reverse painful peripheral neuropathy and regenerate nerves. The average person starts noticing changes after 6-15 treatments. Some notice changes earlier or later depending on the area receiving treatment and level of damage, but it is necessary to receive a series (multiple treatments) for the treatment to be effective. While the results of ECS treatments have proven to be extremely successful, there is no guarantee. Neuropathy symptoms will be more likely to improve and less likely to return if the patient makes the recommended lifestyle changes in conjunction with treatment. Furthermore, early indications are pointing to the effectiveness of incorporating PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) to enhance the health and healing of the affected areas!


  • Safe, effective, and non-invasive
  • Covered by most insurances
  • Minimal potential for side effects
  • Extremely high patient outcomes and satisfaction


  • Management and symptomatic relief of chronic (long-term) INTRACTABLE pain
  • Adjunctive treatment of post-traumatic pain syndromes
  • Adjunctive treatment in the management of post-surgical pain conditions
  • Relaxation of muscle spasms
  • Neuro-muscular reeducation
  • Prevention of muscle atrophy
  • Maintaining or increasing range of motion

“The system is used to successfully treat circulatory issues, all types of acute and chronic pain (including neuropathy), long-term (intractable) pain and drug-resistant pain. Electric Cell Signaling also offers specific signaling for effective neuromuscular reeducation, muscle strengthening and relaxation of muscle spasms.”

  • RSTSanexas
  • Increasing local circulation

Dr. Jae Hitson, Clinical Director of Blue Umbrella Medical Center

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