Chronic Pain Treatment the Pro Athletes Use

Filed Under: Microcurrent Therapy, HBOT, Clinical Therapies, General Health, Bone & Joint Health

Chronic Pain Treatment the Pro Athletes Use

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver, Terrell Owens, had a banner year in 2004, until he sustained a severe injury to his ankle and fibula that required surgery. Doctors estimated a recovery time of 16–18 weeks. However, Owens was able to play in Super Bowl XXXIX just six weeks later—thanks to two extraordinary therapies: microcurrent therapy, also called Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM), and hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT).

The good news is that you don’t have to be an NFL superstar athlete to benefit from these chronic pain treatments. They can also provide tremendous relief to those suffering from painful conditions like fibromyalgia, arthritis, sciatica and more.

Microcurrent therapy and HBOT are used regularly at my clinic for chronic pain treatment, as well as wounds and injuries, with incredible results. Here’s just one recent example.

Laverne’s Chronic Pain Treatment

When La Mae brought her husband Laverne to Whitaker Wellness, he was in a wheelchair and suffering with diabetes, neuropathy and intense pain. His conventional doctor prescribed cortisone shots, pain pills and muscle relaxers, but they provided little relief.  He woke up every morning exhausted and shaky and had no appetite.

After undergoing chronic pain treatments, microcurrent and HBOT therapy, Laverne immediately experienced substantial improvement. One month later, La Mae is excited to report, “His back and feet pain are gone, and he has not used his wheelchair since we got home. He’s riding the stationary bike two sessions of five miles a day!”

If you’re suffering from chronic pain and you’re looking for solutions that don’t rely on prescription meds and invasive surgeries, consider microcurrent therapy and HBOT. Learn more about these remarkable chronic pain treatments at or call us at (800) 488-1500. We’ll be glad to answer any questions you may have.

Now it’s your turn: What chronic pain treatments have you tried?

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