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Introduction to PBK System
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Conditions Successfully Treated by the PBK System:

Peripheral vasculopathy, both venous and arterial
Neuropathy
Ulcers
Diabetic foot
Bedsores
Wounds healing
Post surgical treatments
Orthopaedic conditions, both acute and cronic
Rehabilitation programs
    - Urinary incontinence
    - Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    - Dermatological coditions
In addition the PBK System has been shown to be very useful for pre- and post- surgical conditions in accelerating the natural repair process. This is the case for both vascular and non-vascular tissues (including ligaments).
Mechanisms
The PBK System stimulates the release of VEGF in vessels which cause vasodilation and an anti-inflammatory response. Nitric Oxide and PG12 are stimulated which also act as anti-inflams. These reduce pain immediately.
Application Summary

Peripheral Neuropathy
Peripheral Ischemia
Peripheral Vascular Disease
Diabetic Neuropathy
Neuromotor Rehabilitation
Sciatica
Muscular Conditions

Post surgical wound healing
Rheumatologic Disease
Orthopaedic Rehabilitation
Diabetic Foot
Trigeminal Neuralgia
Kidney Dysfunctions


Pain-free patients
Multiple treatment applications
Improved flexibility of joints
Improved strength in muscle
Improved circulation
Increase in hormones, oxyhaemoglobin and lymph
Fewer patient visits

Reduced drug bills
Excellent for patients with bad drug reactions
Massive savings for hospitals
Massive savings for insurance companies
No known side effects
 
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