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May 22, 2018

BioWave Non-opioid Alternative Pain Relief For Veterans – The VVA Veteran Magazine

BioWave is proud to be featured in The VVA Veteran magazine’s May/June issue. BioWave non-opioid alternative pain relief for Veterans help them manage and relieve chronic and acute pain.

VVA Veteran magazine recommends BioWave as a VA endorsed pain blocking technology that any Veteran or active military in pain should learn more about. It is a non-opioid, safe, easy, and patented alternative treatment for managing pain. In fact 85% of patients that use BioWave experience a significant reduction in pain from one 30-minute treatment.

Veterans in pain can get BioWave from their local VA hospital. Over 50 VA’s are currently using BioWave, and we add more all the time. If you or someone you know is in pain, please consider BioWave’s non-opioid, smarter pain blocking technology.

Article here:

“To combat widespread abuse of opioids, the VA has been seeking alternatives that address the problem of chronic debilitating pain.

An alternative that is legal, FDA-approved, and listed on the VA national formulary is a device from BioWave. This health technology company manufactures and sells a variety of FDA-cleared medical devices based on a patented, high-frequency-neuro-stimulation technology that delivers therapeutic signals through the skin into deep tissue, blocking pain signals at the source.

Veterans with chronic, severe pain should speak with their clinicians about non-opioid, non-addictive means of eliminating chronic, debilitating pain.”

More info about BioWave and a form for Veterans can be found here

The BioWave Difference:

There are many differences between BioWave’s neurostimulators and TENS, IFC and NMES devices. BioWave “blue boxes” utilize a proprietary signal mixing technology that delivers two continuously summed, high-frequency alternating current signals through skin into deep tissue where the body creates a new set of signals, one of which is in the form of a low-frequency electrical field. This field is optimized for blocking pain and providing functional improvement including a greater range of motion and a reduction in stiffness and muscle spasm for up to 72 hours with percutaneous electrodes and for up to 24 hours with noninvasive electrodes following a 30-minute treatment. In addition to providing long-lasting efficacy, these signals are significantly more comfortable leading to improved patient treatment compliance.