"We have had great success using the BioWave for baseball. We use it on pitchers for rotator cuff and elbow soreness. It is a great change of pace for recovery a day or two after pitching. To be honest, the BioWave is the only electrical stimulation unit we use in the athletic training room anymore. Our athletes consistently ask to use the BioWave and we have had tremendous results with it."
Jon Michelini Athletic Trainer
University of Florida
Sports Health Manager, Baseball Complex
Head Athletic Trainer
"The BioWave unit has been the most effective tool in my pain management arsenal BY FAR!!! I have been using the device for almost 5 years. It provides better pain relief than any of my medications do for the burning, “electric shock” sensation that accompanies nerve pain. It is my “go to” tool for flareups and sleepless nights."
"I tried the BioWave system at my physical therapy appointment. I was getting my physical therapy session following my 6th hand surgery at HSS in Manhattan. I am quite astonished. I am quite free of pain in my damaged hand! This seems like a real game changer! Many thanks!"
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