Chiang Mai, Thailand (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
Helping the body heal itself, new advances in neural therapy are helping patients of the G7 Research Foundation heal faster, saving both time and money in the recovery process. Neural therapy is designed to treat medical problems that have previously been resistant to treatment, including auto accident injuries, slip and fall injuries, and other chronic aches and pains.
In particular, the SCENAR (Self-Controlled Energy Neuro-Adaptive Regulator) and COSMODIC holistic devices unlock the body’s ability to heal itself to promote faster recovery. Developed by the Russian space program, the SCENAR device is typically used for acute conditions requiring a quick response, while the COSMODIC is ideal for chronic conditions entailing some tissue regeneration; the technologies can also be used together to bolster health and wellness. Both devices are able to use electrical signals and biofeedback to talk with the body, helping to regulate and cleanse its systems and promote regeneration and rapid healing.
“People who are interested in healing from injury or illness with a simple and medicine-free approach are increasingly turning to SCENAR and COSMODIC neural therapy,” said Dr. Cris Angel, medical director of the G7 Research Foundation. “Not only can they reduce and eliminate pain and injury, these treatments can also save time and money for patients who have been searching and searching for a cure, which they can now spend enjoying their life.”
Both neural therapy devices are also touted for reducing stress, preventing future illness and promoting improved long-term health.
“Both of these devices are completely non-invasive, safe and effective for men and women suffering from a variety of aches, pains and illnesses. We are pleased to offer this solution to better overall health and wellness,” Angel added.
Angel also uses pulsed magnetic field therapy to help reduce and eliminate pain due to injuries, headaches, back and neck pain and more.
Angel’s graduate studies are from Harvard Medical School, Chengdu University of TCM (PRC), Bastyr University in Kenmore, where he focused on Laser Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and Wenatchee Valley College. In addition, he is a member of the Directed Energy Professional Society and has served as a member of the Harvard Medical School Postgraduate Association, the Northwest Hospital Pain and Headache Center, the Northwest Neuro Institute Pain Board.
About G7 Research Foundation and Dr. Cris Angel
With a mission to advance and improve health while giving the body the time it needs to restore and recharge, the G7 Research Foundation is a nonprofit run by Medical Director Cris Angel. Angel’s practice specializes in the care of injury and trauma, focusing on pain relief, headache elimination, auto injury pain care and more with the use of advanced technologies. For more information, please visit http://www.spineuniverse.com/specialist/hcp/us/wa/cris-angel-da-eamp-37431