Ba Feng Points, Equiscope, and Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Ba Feng Points, Equiscope, and Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
December 21, 2022

If you’re reading this, you probably know that diabetic peripheral neuropathy is a troublesome complication of diabetes. You might also be curious about Ba Feng points!

We’ve linked them here because non-invasive Equiscope therapy applied to the Ba Feng points (four on each foot) may successfully help relieve peripheral nerve pain. But first…

What is Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy?

This is nerve damage from long‐term high blood sugar, a common chronic complication of diabetes. It affects peripheral nerves in the hands, feet, legs, and arms.

The pain in those areas feels like:

  • Burning
  • Tingling
  • Electric
  • Sharp
  • Shooting

graphic showing diabetes as the most common cause of peripheral neuropathyWhy is Pain Relief Difficult to Achieve Traditionally?

Conventional protocols for relieving the pain of diabetic peripheral neuropathy are based on nerve pain management techniques including

  • lifestyle changes,
  • diet and exercise regimens, and
  • prescription drugs to treat the symptoms.

The problem is, these are only partially effective. That’s because they don’t address the underlying cause of the pain including damaged cellular communication within the body.

Equiscope Therapy and Pain Relief

The bottom line is this. Everything in your body is made up of cells. That means the underlying cause of nerve damage is cell damage.

The Electro-Equiscope therefore delivers a highly advanced and targeted form of pico/microcurrent to damaged cells through the use of small plates or probes placed on the skin’s surface

This promotes proper cell functioning and circulation, reduces inflammation and pain, and can boost your body’s natural ability to heal itself.

John Thorp recognized this and has dedicated his career to the development of Electro-Equiscope protocols.

Ba Feng Points, the Equiscope, and Peripheral Neuropathy

Traditional Chinese Medicine stimulates nerves, muscles, and connective tissue to restore the flow of energy between damaged cells using acupuncture – inserting needles into specific points in the body, such as Ba Feng points in the foot we mentioned up top.

However, microcurrent technology links the wisdom of acupuncture with a solid understanding of intelligent bioenergetics.

The Electro-Equiscope can be applied to those Ba Feng points in the foot, for example, to restore proper communication among damaged nerve cells.

Does it Work? Yes!

Recently, a woman came to us with severe foot pain, which she attributed to poor shoes. She dismissed the idea of diabetic peripheral neuropathy.

A trained Equiscope technician began the session concentrating on one foot, using Protocol 1 – placing probes to and through the area of pain. However, the nerve damage proved to be so severe that the patient experienced little relief this way.

Knowing exactly how to proceed, the technician changed the approach for the other foot and targeted Ba Feng points for neuropathy with probes. To the patient’s relief, targeting Ba Feng points helped the pain subside almost completely.

As a result of the improved cell function and blood flow, a significant change in the woman’s foot texture and skin color could be seen immediately after the protocol.

Find Relief for Neuropathy

Equiscope therapy may relieve the neuropathic pain often associated with diabetes. It makes sense: Improve cellular function and nerves can heal faster, naturally.

If you’re ready to break any pain cycle you find yourself in and get back to living life to the full, contact the team at Intellbio today. Our highly trained technicians will be happy to tell you more about how Equiscope therapy can work for you.

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Ba Feng Points, Equiscope, and Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
We show you how Equiscope therapy may relieve diabetic peripheral neuropathy pain by improving cellular function so nerves can heal faster, naturally.