A Critique of Dr Ho’s Pain Therapy System Pro
When it comes to pain relief, there are plenty of options: medications, supplements, ointments and creams, hot/cold packs, physical therapy and even more invasive medical procedures. Whether due to an injury, illness or simply old age, pain can be a debilitating condition that takes its toll on both physical health and quality of life.
There are also non-invasive pain relief solutions that don’t necessitate a trip to the doctor’s office, like DR-HO’s line of devices which offer non-invasive, drug-free ways to relieve muscle, joint and back discomfort. These devices have been designed with longevity in mind while being user friendly for years; their targeted relief has been scientifically proven successful.
The Pain Therapy System Pro utilizes TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) and EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) to stimulate nerves and muscles for temporary relief of pain. It features an advanced LED screen as well as a rechargeable battery to make this a versatile device that can be taken on-the-go.
It’s not hard to understand why this device has become so popular among pain sufferers. It is a versatile, portable option that can be used anywhere. Plus, the unit is easy to adjust for different intensities and massage techniques.
One of the most remarkable features of this device is that it increases oxygenation levels in skeletal muscle tissue. This increase of oxygen helps flush away lactic acid accumulations which may cause pain.
Furthermore, the unit can help to reduce spasms in skeletal muscles that cause pain and discomfort. These spasms may be due to overuse, dehydration, or electrolyte imbalances.
Dr. Ho’s device is said to be more effective than traditional TENS machines in relieving muscle spasms within 20 minutes. During this time, two gel pads provide electrical impulses through two gel pads on your muscles for stimulation.
According to a study published in Science Advances, Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) showed that individuals using the device experienced an enhanced degree of tissue oxygenation. This could explain why NIRS has proved so successful at relieving muscle pain.
Unfortunately, these studies did not examine other forms of pain such as arthritis and migraines. Without more research, it remains uncertain whether this device is equally effective as traditional treatments like physical therapy or surgery.
While this product can provide instantaneous relief from sore muscles, it’s essential to remember not to use it on broken skin or bruising. Furthermore, people with heart pacemakers or epilepsy as well as pregnant women should not use this device. If you have any queries about DR-HO’s products, feel free to reach out to their customer support team who are available 24/7 and eager to assist with your purchase.