Westlake, CA (PRWEB) May 24, 2007
Ron Brooks, founder of the Brooks Center (http://www.brooksptcenter.com) in Thousand Oaks, California, has developed an innovative pain treatment and medical device as the result of a recent research program. The company is currently considering different private equity funding options to commence manufacturing and marketing of its neurovascular restructuring treatment and Neurovasc device technology.
During his 30 years of practice, Brooks became frustrated with the inability to control and cure the symptoms of pain, which hinders the rehabilitation process. He began to see a correlation between a specific pain pattern and the superficial structures of the body. Research in this area spawned the Brooks CenterÂs neurovascular restructuring pain treatment.
A direct result of this research program was the development of the neurovasc, a unique vacuum device that restructures the superficial components of the body. The neurovasc eradicates pain by lifting and separating the layers of injured tissue, releasing entrapped nerves that cause pain. According to Brooks, the treatment also influences patientsÂ brain chemistry and allows them to regain control over their lives when acute and chronic pain is relieved. With lower pain levels, patients report reduced stress, depression and anxiety levels; this also facilitates reducing patients' dependency on caffeine, alcohol and/or medication.
ÂPain and stress compounded with substance abuse will eventually kill you,Â Brooks says. ÂThe very tragic event involving Anna Nicole Smith focused public attention on this issue. The emotional factors that contributed to her death were obviously compounded by the abuse of some powerful medications. Perhaps this explains some of the bizarre behavior we saw before her subsequent overdose and death. This sequence of events is being played out in our country on a daily basis. We need to recognize that behaviors like this are a reflection and manifestation of a chemical imbalance in the brain.Â
Without finding ways to control pain and stress, the result is often a downward spiral from the accumulated effects, Brooks says. This often leads to increased dependency on caffeine, over-the-counter medications, drugs and alcohol to cope with pain and stress.
The Brooks Center is focused on the treatment of adults with physical pain and stress, and has recently expanded to become active in the field of adult and youth sports injuries. The Brooks Center is looking for partners to help build a network of offices to bring its neurovascular treatment to the public across North America.
See more information at http://www.brooksptcenter.com.
1333 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362