Fenzian A Break Through In The Treatment Of Pain By Alan M.Shaff D.C., D.A.C.B.S.P.
The FENZIAN is a revolutionary, non-invasive, safe and effective device for the treatment of pain.
It is an electrical device that was initially developed by the Russians for use in the Soviet Space Program by Cosmonauts to treat pain. It was their belief that they wanted a device that could treat pain in space helping the Cosmonauts avoid pain medications that could cause side effects that alter their senses. The technology has been used in Russia in hospitals and clinical settings since its approval in 1986 by the USSR Medical Council for civilian use.
With the break up of the Soviet Union the technology was lost till only a few years ago when
Dr. James Colthurst (a British Medical Surgeon) learned of the technology and has gone forward with the development of the FENZIAN.
The device treats pain by sending an electrical impulse that is exactly the same as normal nerves communicate. When a person experiences an injury or a pinched nerve (resulting in pain or muscle imbalances) our nerves operate at an altered frequency. The injured area gets stuck in a pain loop similar to a scratch in an LP record. The device can detect areas of blocked altered electrical energy. The FENZIAN then sets up a dialog with the body until the area being treated has become restored to the correct frequency breaking the pain loop and restoring normal function.
In short it "reprograms the nervous system" so that the injured area can now communicate correctly with the body allowing it to heal.
The end result is pain relief, reduction in muscle spasm and inflammation.
The FENZIAN has gone through FDA testing and is approved to treat pain.
Since the introduction of the FENZIAN to the USA it has been extensively used by Sport's Physicians in the NBA and NFL. Many professional athletes have had great results with the FENZIAN and their testimonials are available at www.fenzian.com.
The FENZIAN has been shown to be effective in the symptomatic treatment of pain arising from Acute, traumatic, chronic and post-surgical conditions: