SANEXAS - A Revolutionary Electronic Cell Signaling Treatment

WHAT IS SANEXAS

SANEXAS Electric Cell Signaling Machine uses electrical signals to treat pain and circulatory conditions. This electric cell signaling device is much like a traditional TENS unit, but it is larger in size and penetrates deeper which is more effective in reducing pain. The pharmaceutical strength, frequencies, and associated harmonics are greater than the typical TENS unit, which is why trained medical professionals are present when it is in use. 

 

WHAT IT TREATS

The SANEXAS Electric Cell Signaling Treatment treats (but is not limited to) the following:

 

HOW IT WORKS:

Before any treatment begins, the medical professional will make a diagnosis of the patient and prescribe a treatment plan. The dosage levels will vary depending upon patient demands and individual medical condition. 

Under the trained medical professional supervision, the patient will first receive a series of injections of a proprietary blend of vitamins. The blends and injections are options to enhance the treatment but are not required.

The medical professional will then spray the sponges and place them inside of the suction cups. They are attached to the SANEXAS machine and attach them to the patient’s area of concern. 

If the patient feels pain in the hand or feet, the medical professional may attach the sponges with a wrap. 

Most patients who receive treatment report it to be an enjoyable sensation and experience. Some describe it as a tingling/vibrating pressure. If the vasopneumatic device is applied along with the Electronic Cell Signaling Treatment (ECST), patients feel a pulsation and gentle massage. 

 

HOW MANY TREATMENTS

The average person will start noticing changes after 6-15 treatments. Some may notice changes earlier than later depending on the person and area receiving treatment, but it is necessary to receive a series (multiple) treatments for the SANEXAS treatment to be effective. Not all symptoms will be treated with the same number of treatments or the same amount of time per treatment. While the results of ECST treatments have proven to be extremely successful, there is no guaranteed success for each patient. 

 

SIDE EFFECTS

There are minimal side effects when using the SANEXAS machine and treatments. There may be redness in the area where the electrodes were placed, but this is normal because it indicated an increased blood flow to the area. Other side effects include relaxation, fatigue, increased energy levels, muscle soreness, or the original pain which seems to have moved. Contact your physician immediately if you experience any abnormal bodily functions. 

 

CITY HEALTH SERVICES TREATMENTS

We are currently offering the SANEXAS Electric Cell Signaling Treatment at our Mesa location: 1303 S Longmore Rd. Ste. 8, Mesa, AZ 85202

To schedule an appointment, please call (480) 649-5297 or visit our website at www.cityhealthaz.com



For more information about the SANEXAS Electric Cell Signaling Treatment machine and procedures, please visit www.rstsanexas.com.

 

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Brittany Brittany

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