Disc Problems: How Equiscope Can Help Remove Pain

Disc Problems: How Equiscope Can Help Remove Pain
May 18, 2022

Slipped disc. Spinal injury. Back pain. What do all of these have in common? Extensive recovery time and a whole lot of pain. Many people undergo expensive, invasive surgeries to fix disc problems. Or they have to resort to addictive medications for pain management. Apparently, Americans spend at least $50 billion annually on treating back pain!

What if we told you that you didn’t have to go to such extreme methods to manage or even relieve the back pain of disc problems? You’d be jumping up and down for joy, right?

OK, so you might not be able to jump up and down right now – but after a couple of Electro-Equiscope sessions, you might find that you just could!

Electro-Equiscope Success Story: Kameron Loe, Former National League Baseball player

Let’s hop right into the good news! Kameron Loe suffered from serious disc problems and a locked-up elbow. These were affecting his pitching career so much that his doctors wanted to go in and “solder off his nerves” so he wouldn’t feel the pain anymore. That’s pretty drastic! But after just one Electro-Equiscope session, his back and elbow had loosened up and his pain had decreased.

Electro-Equiscope and Spinal Problems

Why do spinal problems hurt so badly? The answer is that your spinal discs are rubbery pads that cushion one vertebra from another. If they swell up, get ground down, or slip out of place, then your entire spinal column is affected.

Where and how you feel the pain depends on the location of the affected disc. It may be in your back or your neck, or both. If the affected disc is pressing on a nerve, then you’ll experience nerve pain. This can cause excruciating pain, tingling, or numbness to radiate out from your spine and into your extremities.

Pain, Pain Go Away… Don’t Come Again Another Day!

The thing about pain caused by spinal problems is that it always seems to come back. Electro-Equiscope is a proven help for nerve pain and back pain. It can help your body heal itself at the cellular level.

Sound simple? Everything in your body is made of cells. The health of one cell affects how it functions and engages with other cells. So if you can help the cells heal by restoring their correct electrical charge, you’re healing yourself at the deepest level. The body is a complex organism, and it does take exact amounts of electrical energy to maintain proper functioning.

graphic of normal and damaged cells to help illustrate how disc problems result from damaged cells not communicating properlyElectro-Equiscope technology uses artificial intelligence (AI) to quickly determine where the damaged cells are and then sends corrective pico-currents to those cells to “recharge” them. Once recharged, the electric circuit in your body is reconnected, and your body can begin the healing process. It’s as simple as it sounds!

These pico-currents can also clear up damaged nerve pathways, because nerves, too, are made up of cells. This results in a decrease in nerve and chronic pain.

Want More Evidence?

Chris is another great example of how effective Equiscope therapy can be for relieving disc problems. He had a 7mm bulge in his L4-L5. Over eight months, he had two orthopedics, three cortisone shots, two chiropractors, acupuncture, and three epidurals! None brought the relief he needed. Finally, he found an Equiscope practitioner. After just three sessions, Chris noticed an immediate improvement and pain relief.

Intellbio is the exclusive distributor of the Electro-Equiscope, with providers all over the country. If you feel you’d like to train to be a technician, find out about the opportunity.

But if you simply want to find your way back from back pain, contact an Electro-Equiscope technician near you today to discuss your disc problems.

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Disc Problems: How Equiscope Can Help Remove Pain
We show you why and how nerve pain radiates from disc problems and how the Equiscope uses artificial intelligence to locate damaged cells and send corrective current to them so they can start to heal your pain.