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Instant Relief from Pain with Tucson Biofeedback’s Newest Treatment

Jun 05, 2019 12:54PM

Anna Marie Blessing

Tucson Biofeedback and Dr. Anna Marie Blessing are now offering clients instantaneous relief from pain with the help of the Photonic Stimulator, a non-invasive, holistic, FDA-approved treatment that can provide relief for a myriad of conditions. The infrared device aids in healing from burns, macular degeneration, infections and injuries because it fuels the mitochondria in cells to function at a much higher level, resulting in rapid healing with less scarring and discomfort.

This device has helped many experience muscle and neuropathy pain relief, joints that move and feel better, along with increased circulation and better brain function. With concussions or brain injuries, when used within 12 hours, it reduces swelling, which causes cell death in the brain. It has also been known to kill MRSA. For sensitive people with seizures, one second of running it over each of the fingertips and toe tips results in relaxation, soothing anxiety and calming the brain. People with burns have healed in half the time with minimal scarring.

“The ‘interruption theory’ posits that infrared signals interrupt the incorrectly-perceived sensations of pain that become conditioned in the person who feels chronic pain,” explains Blessing. “It appears to give the brain a break from constant pain perception such that the brain can re-evaluate these sensations and can instead correctly identify them, or their origin, as non-painful stimuli.”

Employing holistic and unconventional treatment methods, Tucson Biofeedback Clinic brings relief to people living with otherwise debilitating conditions. Their Biofeedback Testing, coupled with Biofeedback and Neurofeedback treatments, have been clinically proven to provide rapid recovery.

Location: 4400 E. Broadway Blvd., Ste. 809, Tucson. For more information, call 520-314-6894, email [email protected] or visit 

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