"BioWave has been a wonderful tool to manage difficult pain conditions in my patients. For example, I have treated frozen shoulder patients who have been resistant to other therapies and whose range of motion was limited. However, when we applied BioWave for eight minutes at the beginning of the PT regimen, and then while the treatment continued, we began PROM and exercise therapy with the patient. The patient was able to move more resistance through a greater range of motion with significantly less pain. I have found it to be a wonderful tool to facilitate motion and allow my patients to complete my therapy protocols much more comfortably."
Steve Scher Detroit Lions
Managing Clinic Director, Team Rehabilitation Physical Therapy,
Royal Oak, MI, and Team Physical Therapist, Detroit Lions
"Since trying the BioWave machine, I have had immediate relief from the pain and have experienced about a 90 to 95% reduction in the pain. I have stopped taking medications and am feeling much better. The pain improvement is nothing short of miraculous."
George R. Dean
San Ramon, CA
"I’m Nathan Stupar and am currently a linebacker for the New York Giants. I recently tore my ACL on punt coverage during our game against the Detroit Lions. During my recovery, I used BioWave nonstop. It blocked the pain, allowed me to complete my rehab more easily and helped me get back onto the field quicker. I began to play my best football on special teams. The BioWave gave me a quicker healing timeline and took away the pains. I highly recommend it to those who are looking for an edge on recovery and pain relief. It really does wonders. Thank you BioWave for keeping me right and to bringing me back as soon as possible so I can be back to playing on Sundays!"
Nathan Stupar Linebacker New York Giants
New York Giants Linebacker #57
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