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The Infrex Plus is Revolutionizing Pain Control by Stopping Pain & Eliminating Drugs for Chronic Pain Patients Who Suffered For Years
Date:3/9/2010

The Infrex Plus Unit, on Interferential mode, is reducing the severity, duration and frequency of pain for many patients who have suffered for years or decades. The "Carryover Pain Relief" is lasting for weeks between treatments.

(PRWEB) March 9, 2010 -- The Infrex Plus Unit from MedFaxx, when used on Interferential Mode, is reducing the severity, duration and frequency of pain for many patients. It appears, from the chronic pain population, that the body's immune system is learning to stop the chronic pain impulses.

How Interferential Therapy Provides Carryover Pain Relief

Since the introduction of the Infrex Plus combination Tens/Interferential unit, January 2009, chronic pain patients report that their experience has been they can self treat as needed, and go for longer and longer time periods, pain free. Those results from interferential treatment mode are what is called "carryover" or "residual" pain relief.

Researchers think there are basically several biological reasons why this new phenomenon occurs -

1. Ability to treat when pain present, and as often as needed, for as long as needed
2. Prevention of re-occurrence of the "pain cycle" by self treatment options.
3. Ability of the immune system to be taught to stop chronic pain by repeated treatments
4. Immune system response is altering "pain causing cells" permanently.

Researchers and patients have tried to understand how this phenomena is occurring and more importantly, why. This is an unexplored area due to the only recent ability to self treat with a portable device rather than going to a clinic or hospital. The electrical output is higher with the Infrex P
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