The Super Inductive System (SIS) is an innovative pain relief therapy using an intense electromagnetic field, which has positive therapeutic effects on human tissue. It can be focused on a specific body part and it is not necessary to undress for its application. To benefit from this treatment you may sit or lie, depending on the location of the troublesome body part. The applicator is then placed near the area to be treated without touching the skin.
How does the Super Inductive System help to relieve pain?
The pain relief that the Super Inductive System is able to provide is based on three different theories of neurophysical pain control. Each of these theories have differences based in the frequency spectrum that they are able to target, and the wide range of frequencies that the Super Inductive System can target can provide benefits across all of these.
Endogenous Opioid Theory
The endorphins within the human body are endogenous opioids and they are naturally released by the body as a response to experiencing pain. The body can be triggered to produce these endorphins by stimulating nerve endings by used the SIS at a frequency range of 2 to 10 Hz, triggering the natural pain relief response of the body. This is most commonly associated with chronic pain, such as joint problems.
Gate Control Theory
The gate control theory states that pain is sent to the brain to be interpreted via nerve fibers and something that is known as the “spinal gate”. Nerve fibers that have a thin diameter trigger the spinal gate to open and transmit the pain signals to the brain, whereas larger diameter nerve fibers close the spinal gate which stops pain from being signals from being sent. The SIS uses frequencies in the range of 60 to 100 Hz in a targeted area to affect the large diameter nerve fibers, causing the spinal gate to close and stopping the transmission of pain signals.
Peripheral Pattern Theory
Pain is sent as a form of code through the nervous system into the brain, where it is decoded and interpreted as pain. By using the SIS to stimulate a target area using frequencies between the range of 120 to 140 HZ, the code that is sent is no longer interpreted as pain.
How does the Super Inductive System help?
SIS therapy is capable of providing some level of immediate pain relief for all stages of disorders, whether chronic or acute. Up to 87% of patients described an improvement in their health from using the SIS.
Further effects include:
- Fracture healing – Usually, the healing process for your bones takes around 6 weeks. Undergoing SIS therapy during this period can provide a boost to the circulation which aids in the formation of new bone.
- Muscle stimulation – Muscle stimulation can help to strengthen the muscles, helping to maintain then and prevent any deterioration of muscle tissue.
- Joint mobilisation – Joint mobilisation is the process of gently repeating movements to relieve a blocked joint.
Thanks to a wide range of stimulation frequencies, SIS can be indicated for its analgesic effects at all stages of pain
Talk to us about this treatment if you have:
- Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
- Spastic Reduction
- Nerve Damage
- Acquired Respiratory Disease
- Slipped Disc
- Impingement Syndrome
- Back Pain (or any joint pain)
- Muscle Atrophy
“The pain in my wrist was keeping me awake at night. I’m now able to sleep through, I’m pain free.”
“Pain in my finger prevented me from playing the violin. After one session with the SIS I can now play again.”
“The pain I was feeling was so extreme that I was afraid of being driven over bumps in the road, I didn’t walk the dog and couldn’t lift the shopping. After 10 sessions with the SIS I am no longer taking pain relief medication and have returned to driving. My husband says I have my sparkle back!”
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