The Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment  is happy to announce a new partnership program with MedFaxx, Inc.   MedFaxx is one of the oldest electrotherapy companies in the U.S.   Specializing in pain management using electrotherapy devices such as tens units, and the new combination tens and interferential therapy unit, - video on Infrex Plus.    MedFaxx has specialized in helping patients in chronic pain since 1977 and continues to do so.

      For every tens unit, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator, sold MedFaxx will contribute $50 to the GJCAE.  For every Infrex Plus combination tens and interferential unit sold MedFaxx will donate $100 the the GJCAE.   The donation does not apply to Medicare/Medicaid patients.

    The Board of MedFaxx is happy to be part of the GJCAE efforts to raise levels of self confidence and self esteem in youth with arts programming.

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Video Explaining "High Frequency" For Pain Control Print E-mail

   This video from NeuroMed is a very good video presentation explaining what it is about this particular clinical pain machine stimulator that describes why it works for certain patients.    It takes about 2..5 minutes to get into the explanation in case you want to fast forward to that point.    What I like about the video is an attempt to explain the chemical side of how our body works generally, cellular level.  Job well done. 

   What I observed  is the effects attributed are not due to frequency, but due to polarity changes - positive/negative charges.   As an example one of the "selling techniques" used by some companies is if you put an explanation out on how the body works chemically on a cellular level that adds to the base of knowledge, however to go from one body structure such as a cell and then go to specialized cells creating structures, ie. nerves, you have to be very careful making that leap.   The two do not necessarily correlate.    

   On our new Infrex FRM machine we will incorporate variables to adjust the Infrex FRM to fit prevailing proven methods of successful treatments.   As always not all people respond the same way so you always get mixed outcomes.  With variability you treat each patient, and are not stuck with protocols specific to general population samples, when your concern is the patient who is in front of you now.    

 

   Enjoy this very good video from Neuromed

 

 

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