Arthritis & Joint Pain

DenasArthritisKneeArthritis pain is mostly located in the joints and becomes more prevalent as we grow older. Depending on the type of arthritis you will experience stiffness and limited range of motion and the inflammation can produce swelling in the joints and redness around the affected area. The simplest movement could cause intense pain, just working around the house or in the garden can bring on aches, stiffness, swelling andcan attack your knees, hips, shoulders, neck and hands

There are two main types of Arthritis, Rheumatoid and Osteoarthritis and each one attacks the joints in different ways. Rheumatoid arthritis is a serious autoimmune disease that attacks joints and body parts and reacts differently and sometimes is hard to diagnose. Numbness and tingling in the hands and fingers is a rheumatoid

arthritis called carpal tunnel which can show up as Sjo-grens syndrome and causes the dryness of your eyes, throat, and mouth because the gland cannot release moisture because of the inflammation. Achy joints that react in pairs is another sign of Rheumatoid Arthritis and is sometimes confused as osteoarthritis which generally last a week.

Generally over time the cartilage that cushions the joints throughout the body wears and breaks down allowing the bones to rub together. This can cause acute pain and over time becomes chronic pain, resulting in stiffness and loss of mobility and movement. Latest statistics show that over 30 million people have osteoarthritis in the United States. Common symptoms show that the pain is at the end of an activity or later in the day and sore lower back, hips and knee joints if you’ve been inactive or worked out in the garden and did a little too much.

Until now, many have turned to drugs and pharmaceutical solutions that often have side effects, which becomes a life long regimen of pills. These drugs ease or mask the pain, but never repair or eliminate the cause of the pain. You become caught in a vicious circle, costing you thousands upon thousands of dollars in medical bills as well as drug cost. Denas Therapy offers a drug free solution for Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis by allowing the body to use its natural healing abilities from inside.

The Denas PCM 4 has 24 programmed therapy modes that when applied, send signals through nerve receptors in the skin to the brain.There are hundreds of different frequencies that trigger the hypothalamus and pituitary. In return these centers send out neuropeptides and endorphins, which together tag team the arthritis that the body is confronted with. Endorphins interact with the opiate receptors in the brain to reduce our perception of pain and work similar to drugs such as morphine and codeine. In contrast to the opiate drugs, however, endorphin activation of the opiate receptors by the body’s does not lead to addiction or dependence. These endorphins also travel through the body to the centralized location of arthritis pain to provide pain relief there also.

Neuropeptides are called messenger molecules because they send chemical messages from the brain to receptor sites throughout the body. These peptides are responsible for cellular repair or cellular function in bringing the body back in tune naturally. Denas technology is so advanced that the average person cannot understand how frequencies can heal the body without the conventional route of pharmaceutical drugs.

Please contact us with any questions and find out how denas therapy can help you overcome your arthritis pain.