Improve Muscle Recovery Time With Electro-Equiscope

Improve Muscle Recovery Time With Electro-Equiscope
December 7, 2021

It’s that time of the year when you’re desperate to improve your muscle recovery time. Why’s that, you ask? Well, the weather’s getting colder, and it’s easier to strain things as you move from hot to cold surroundings. Your animals will also be feeling the cold and perhaps strain a muscle. Maybe your horse has pulled a muscle while jumping awkwardly.

We’ll write about humans here, but remember, all animals have bodies that work in the same way, so bear that in mind while reading.

It’s definitely no fun finding you’ve strained your back lifting your child or pulled a muscle by moving too quickly after your morning run. It spoils the rest of the day. Or the whole week, if you don’t manage to stop the pain.

Things get worse if you’re a sportsperson and need to be back in shape for training and competing. Professional athletes simply can’t afford to wait the usual time for full muscle recovery. At the same time, they can’t compromise performance if that ankle sprain doesn’t completely heal.

That’s where the Electro-Equiscope can be a great ally to

  • speed up your muscle recovery,
  • end your pain, and
  • prevent new injuries.

But let’s backtrack for a moment and see what you’ve probably tried so far.

Common Ways to Speed Up Muscle Recovery

When it comes to muscle soreness, you’ve probably started by doing simple remedies to help reduce the pain and decrease recovery time. Things such as:

  • Letting your body rest and getting enough sleep
  • Drinking lots of water
  • Eating healthily
  • Stretching and massaging the area
  • Using ice to reduce inflammation and heat to increase blood circulation to your muscles

A combination of these actions can definitely help to speed up your muscle recovery.

But there’s another, faster, and far more powerful therapy to help you with muscular healing and rehabilitation: It’s the Electro-Equiscope.

So What is the Electro-Equiscope?

The Equiscope uses microcurrent technology to scan, identify, and correct cells in your body that are injured and failing.

How does it correct them? By using small electrical currents applied locally to normalize the electrical charge in each cell.

In practice, healing damaged tissues and restoring the cells to full working order triggers your body’s ability to heal itself. It’s this that decreases muscle recovery time by at least a half – and has a success rate of up to 90% in reducing pain.

Microcurrent technology for muscle recovery isn’t something new. In fact, it’s been a mainstay in dealing with sport’s injuries in athletes since the 1980s, and it’s proven to be extremely effective in

  • helping with post-surgery recovery,
  • preventing a muscle injury getting worse,
  • healing from injuries, and
  • restoring muscle tone.

Chart to illustrate how muscle recovery time is reduced when there is two-way biofeedback about the damaged cells

But What Makes the Electro-Equiscope Special for Muscle Recovery Time?

In a word, it’s “personal.” The Equiscope uses two-way biofeedback. That means it first reads the level of damage in your muscle cells and then delivers exactly what those cells need to help them recover. So your solution is personal to you. It’s also fast, painless, and non-invasive.

There are plenty of anecdotal reports from satisfied patients who have experienced faster muscle recovery time. In addition, ex-NFL player, Branden Oliver, credits the Equiscope for his full and fast recovery from a ruptured Achilles tendon.

We’re here for you.

Intellbio (Intelligent Bioenergetics) is the exclusive distributor of the Electro-Equiscope, with providers all over the country.

If you’d like someone to help with your muscle injury using Electro-Equiscope therapy, find your nearest trained and qualified practitioner here.

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Improve Muscle Recovery With the Electro-Equiscope
We show you how and why muscle recovery time can be cut in half by using the Electro-Equiscope to heal the damage at a cellular level.