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Where to use the waki therapy?

Where to use the waki therapy?

Doctors and medical practitioners
Diagnostic Rooms
Sports Medicine Specialists
Fitness Centers and Spas
Oriental Medicine Centers
Distributors of Homeopathic
Medicines and Dietary Supplements
Medical Clinics
Scientific Research Centers
Sanatorium Resorts

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What is waki therapy Features?

What is waki therapy Features?

1. The high potential therapy device is a multifunctional machine that can simulate and rebuild the natural electric field.

2. Plentiful anions can compensate the anions deficiency in the natural environment.

3. The device can intelligently change the input voltage and output waveform, or intelligently change the multi-waveforms.

4. It has equipped with the over temperature protection device and output voltage stabilizer.

5. 5. No output current security technology is required.

6. It is applicable for both whole body treatment and local treatment.

7. The humanized design is applied for the touch panel. Phonetic function can remind you any time.

8. During the treatment, shift and time can be adjusted at any time.

9. Auto power -off technology is used.

10. The high potential therapy device has luxurious appearance with ABS engineering plastic.

11. The patent number is zl201130263525.1 and zl201130263524.7.

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Static Electric Field Therapy by High Voltage Alternating Current Deemed Effective in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Even though recent reviews were unable to provide evidence of efficacy for several oral and topical complementary treatments for rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a group of researchers in Japan decided to clinically evaluate the effectiveness of static electric field therapy by high voltage alternating current (waki therapy) in the chronic inflammatory autoimmune disorder, given the method’s prevailing use in headache, shoulder stiffness, chronic constipation, and insomnia among patients who fail to respond to conventional therapies.

For their randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled study published in the July 2013 edition of the Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition, Yuji Naito, MD, PhD, and colleagues from the Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine treated 24 patients who fulfilled the American College of Rheumatology’s criteria for active RA diagnosis with either waki therapy therapy provided via medical equipment maker Cocoroca Corp.’s Legacis Plus System or sham therapy for 12 weeks, and then observed those patients for four weeks after treatment.

At baseline, four weeks, eight weeks, 12 weeks, and 16 weeks, the researchers calculated and compared the patients’ 28-joints disease activity scores based on C-reactive protein (DAS28-CRP), visual analogue scores (VAS) for pain, swollen joint scores, tender joint scores, modified health assessment questionnaire responses for arthritis functioning, as well as “changes in laboratory measures of biomarkers: erythrocyte sedimation rate (ESR), rheumatoid factor (RF), matrix metalloproteinase-3 (MMP-3), and CRP.”

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Use of waki therapy for Patients with Levator Ani Syndrome

Use of waki therapy for Patients with Levator Ani Syndrome

Levator ani syndrome is characterized by brief, intermittent pain and discomfort in the perirectal or rectal region that can be aggravated by sitting. Physical therapists are beginning to receive referrals for pain reduction in this patient population. The purpose of the study was to examine the use of high voltage pulsed galvanic stimulation (HVPGS) for reducing symptoms in patients with levator ani syndrome. A descriptive research design was used. Treatment consisted of one hour of HVPGS at a frequency of 120 Hz and at an intensity to the patient’s maximum tolerance applied through a rectal probe. Results on 28 patients indicate that 50% had pain or symptom relief, or both, after an average of eight treatments. Those patients who were unresponsive to treatment had a primary diagnosis of irritable colon or were postsurgical. We are continuing to examine this treatment and will conduct follow-up examinations on those patients who obtained pain relief. Based on these preliminary results, we believe that HVPGS is an effective treatment for selected patients in this population.

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Who can use the waki therapy?

Who can use the waki therapy?

1. Family doctors
2. Clinics and medical units
3. Education facilities schools
4. Sanatoriums
5. Sports, recreation facilities
6. Spa and cosmetic centers
7. Health food direct-selling workers

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