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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

within the cell wall/membrane. Charges, whether negative or positive, allow different chemicals to go from outside a cell wall to inside the cell wall. This is a chemical reaction.

To pictorially see this think of a tennis ball that is slightly too large to penetrate through the holes on a sphere. If you apply minimal pressure on the tennis ball then that pressure squeezes it momentarily and it becomes small enough, elongated, to be driven through the hole and into the sphere. The electrical charge is the "driving force" that powers the tennis ball through the hole on the sphere.

Cell life depends on the nutritional input and adequate excretion of metabolic end products. Both pathways use the ion channels. Humans consume, and then excrete, through specific pathways as do cells.

In chronic pain there exists an "altered cellular state" that has been providing a pain stimulus, an unnatural occurrence.

It may very well be that the altered sick state of multiple cells is being permanently changed to prevent the recurrence of pain with interferential therapy being provided when the painful state returns. In other medical fields our immune system can be taught to stop bad bacteria, viruses etc. by treating the affected area as soon as possible. The process in dermatology of "freezing an unwanted wart", caused due to a virus, also teaches the immune system to attack and kill the virus. The same phenomena could be occurring now with chronic pain patients and the body is learning through repeated, as needed stimulation that the pain impulse is an unnatural process. Repeated treatments are teaching the immune system to stop the pain impulses unless provoked by a new injury.


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