The BioWaveHOME Neuromodulation Pain Therapy System is the patented, proven-effective prescription therapy for treating any type of chronic, acute or postoperative pain at home or while traveling.
BioWaveHOME is often available at no charge to patients through Federal Healthcare Providers such as the Veterans Administration & Active Military Doctors. In addition, BioWaveHOME is covered by Tri-Care, Aetna, and CIGNA.
BioWaveHOME is also covered by Worker's Compensation and is a highly effective tool to reduce pain, facilitate rehabilitation and accelerate patients' return to work.
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Easy to Use
Only three buttons are used to operate BioWaveHOME and there is no programming. The signals are optimized to penetrate skin, block pain and improve function.
The BioWaveHOME neurostimulator utilizes a unique patented signal-mixing technology that is identical to BioWavePRO to deliver electrical signals through the skin directly to nerves for inhibiting pain transmission and improving function. The signal technology is covered by several U.S. and international patents.
Clinical studies have shown that BioWaveHOME with noninvasive electrodes can be used to reduce pain and improve function, including an increased range of motion, decreased stiffness and reduction of muscle spasm for up to 24 hours following a single 30-minute treatment.
BioWaveHOME can be used to treat pain in numerous locations including the lower and mid back, neck, hip, groin, knee, shoulder, ankle, foot, elbow, wrist and hand. BioWaveHOME may provide profound pain relief from numerous types of pain conditions including arthritis, fibromyalgia, sciatica, tendon issues like acute and chronic tendinopathies and from ligamentous issues like joint sprains.
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