An introductory workshop and a subsequent Advance Course for a non-invasive pain relief technique using a revolutionary device called the Dolphin Neurostim is set in Manila this February.
Dolphin Neurostim is a new technology based on microcurrent point stimulation (MPS) on physical scars—a treatment for chronic pain. The effects of MPS on a wide variety of non-specific chronic pain syndromes have been gaining the attention of medical experts and wellness enthusiasts around the world.
For quite some time, the medical industry has been devising ways to control and reduce chronic pain without the use of an invasive procedure, which most patients are uncomfortable with, or even intake of oral medications with unlikely side effects. Microcurrent therapy is a tested way of easing pain ranging from simple muscular aches to paralyzing abdominal pain or even scar- or surgery-related pain.
MPS is the world’s first integrative therapy designed to control chronic pain. It works by deregulating or calming the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) and releasing physical and mental blockages. Immediate calming effect throughout the body can be achieved through the use of the revolutionary Dolphin Neurostim.
Since its development, MPS Therapy has been taught to thousands of physical therapists, massage therapists, occupational therapists, acupuncturists, chiropractors, physicians, other allied health professionals, and even individuals with no medical background. Over the past 25 years, millions of patients across the globe have already been treated—with impressive outcomes, where conventional interventions have failed.
Understanding chronic pain treatment
To disseminate the potential of this innovation, MPS Therapy Pain Seminars are being held throughout the year across the U.S., Canada, and other countries—facilitated by a team of committed, approachable, and highly skilled practitioners. In the Philippines, a team from Canada will be coming over to conduct such courses for the first time in the country.
Dr. Dianne Lim, Master Pain Practitioner (MPP) will spearhead the sessions. An introductory course, ‘Ultimate Pain Therapy—Introduction to Management and Scar Release’ will be held on February 23 and 24, 2019 (Saturday and Sunday) from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The ‘Advanced Circuits I’ course will be held on February 27 and 28, 2019 (Saturday and Sunday) from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Both workshops will be held at the Healing House, Wack Wack Village in Mandaluyong City.
Register to any or both of the sessions by clicking this link. Registration forms are also available via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).