PHYSIOKEY THERAPY (ARTG 230724)
Revitalized Skin & Body Clinic specialise in body treatments that provide fast relief and sustained recovery from both acute and chronic pain and loss of function.
How does physiokey work?
The physiokey uses high amplitude, high density, feedback controlled pulse stimulation to cutaneous nerves, activating the body's natural pain relieving and self regulation mechanism.
The device not only provides direct therapeutic effect, but also activates the natural defences of the body. The effect is achieved through the simulation of reflective zones and acupuncture points on the skin surface.
The aim of PhysioKey Treatment is to provide rapid pain relief and functional improvement, a non invasive medical technology, which works by stimulating the body's inherant self-healing mechanisims with minimal, if any, undesirable side effects.
Who can be helped with physiokey?
- Those who have acute or chronic pain where nothing else has worked for them
- Those who have nerve numbness, pain, or burning that is not relieved by injections or medications
- Long term problems from injuries
- Recent injuries or trauma to the body of any kind
Latest development in pain relief technology!
The physiokey is the latest development in bio-feedback controlled non-invasive neurostimulation for the treatment of acute and chronic pain, as well as the improvement and restoration of function in optimal time. The physiokey has revolutionised a therapy method that has been used since the early 1980s.
Based on years of knowledge in the field of bio-feedback controlled non-invasive neurostimulation, this new development is characterised by a significant increase in treatment efficiency, speed, and more importantly, positive patient outcomes.
- Fast treatment, thanks to the latest development in technology.
Fast Results – Every Time!
The physiokey is perfectly suited for use in elite level sports, where effective and efficient injury management and recovery is paramount.
Scope of Use
- Recent injury or trauma to the body of any kind.
- Injuries of soft tissue, joints, ligaments, muscles and the spinal column, etc.
- Chronic pain and loss of function.
- Patients who have not responded to other acute or chronic pain protocols.
- Neuropathy that is not relieved by injections or medications.