Vancouver Island Doctor Wages War on Pain

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The use of micro current electronic signaling will change how pain is treated.

RITM SCENAR, Dr John Hache

Dr John Hache

“RITM SCENAR Interactive Biofeedback stimulation has a very positive history of use all over the world without any known adverse effects and has proven itself to be even more powerful than Narcotic drugs" said Hache.

Dr John Hache, a Canadian doctor with decades of experience in holistic healing has announced he is waging a war on chronic pain. Tired of the dominance of addictive prescriptions to treat chronic pain, Hache has developed a whole body treatment approach that now attracts people from all over North America to his remote Vancouver Island practice for effective non pharmacological treatment.

  •     Dr Hache is the most experienced Canadian practitioner of this new innovative therapy and comments that his secret weapon in his war on pain is the RITM SCENAR device. “RITM SCENAR Interactive Biofeedback stimulation has a very positive history of use all over the world without any known adverse effects and has proven itself to be even more powerful than Narcotic drugs. In fact, these innovative devices are a solution to pain management that uses neuro-stimulation and biofeedback to treat all types of acute, chronic and post operative pain”

Dr Hache’s declaration of war is timely. The Canadian Pain Society will hold its annual meeting at Whistler in British Columbia May 23 – 25. Pain specialists from all over Canada will meet to explore options in pain management. “With 1 in 3 Canadians living in pain, we need to use the new solutions to pain – ones that will work” said Hache.

Canadian Policy makers agree with Dr. Hache. Andre Picard (Public Policy Forum) has this advice: "We need concrete health goals, to be guided by evidence, to measure results and to reward success. To do so, we need to invest in technology; we need to make a culture of safety a priority; we need to embrace innovation, and; we must make patient-centered care a mission, not merely a public relations catchphrase".

Canada isn’t the only country catching on to new methods for pain treatment. RITM SCENAR is FDA cleared for acute, chronic and post-operative pain and is now also available from a growing number of primary care physicians throughout America.

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