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Painmaster

Updated on August 18, 2014

So What Is Painmaster?

Pain is a natural part of life. Some people have a medical condition, people exercise too strenuously and we injure ourselves in day to day life, which all leads to one thing: the search for pain relief. We take pills, go for massages, apply ointments and drink strange herbal remedies, however, there’s a much simpler solution! That solution is called Painmaster.

The most important distinguishing factor of Painmaster is that, instead of blocking off your pain, it is actively promoting healing within your body. How is it doing this? Through a process called micro current therapy (MCT), a technology that has existed for years but has been miniaturized for personal use. Although the treatment was once applied by a specialist, this is not necessary and can now be done by anyone. You just find the source of your pain and stick a couple of patches on either side. Not only does this simplify the use of micro current therapy, it also eliminates the unnecessary extra cost of the specialist.


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How Does Micro Current Therapy Work?

How does this technology work then? What is micro current therapy? It is actually relatively simple! Pain from most of the injuries you get is caused, at the most basic level, by damage to the cells in your body. They become inflamed and your body’s natural electrical current will start to avoid these cells as they are too difficult to flow through.

This causes all the cell’s processes to shut down and your brain gives of pain signals to warn you. MCT is simply the process of reintroducing a current to these cells. The two patches you apply have a battery and a cable running between them and using your body complete a small circuit. The tiny electrical current, which is far too small for you to feel or get pain from, runs through the damaged cells and reactivates all the damaged processes in those cells. Because your cells and therefore your body are working properly again, your body then stops sending pain signals and your pain will subside.

So how good is Painmaster? Naturally there are many types of pain with an almost limitless number of causes. Thankfully, Painmaster has been tested on a great number of them including conditions such as Fibromyalgia, arthritis, back pain, migraines, sports injuries and much more! For more examples, don’t hesitate to visit our website or contact us directly.

Painmaster’s versatility is not limited to different kinds of pain. Painmaster can also be applied to almost any area of the body, excluding the head. Place it on your back, your chest, your arms or hand, wherever your pain is. The important thing is to make sure the patches are placed either side of the source of pain so the current can flow through the damaged cells.

For more information on the use and application of Painmaster, visit our news site: www.Painmastermctpatch.com/blog. This site contains articles about Painmaster as well as short videos to help you make your Painmaster experience more positive!

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