Free 6-Week Trial of Arc4Health Wearable Pain Relief Device

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  • #45754
    Jan Sadler
    Keymaster

    Arc4Health are exclusively offering PainSupport members 10 Arc4Health devices for six weeks – free of charge.

    Arc4Health is a wearable, drug free, and non-invasive pain management and tissue repair system. It has become increasingly popular with many users worldwide, reporting significant benefits for conditions such as Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Back Pain, Sciatica, Inflammation, and Joint Pain. The device works systemically to address the cause of pain on a cellular level, whilst supporting the health and repair of soft tissues.

    The first ten PainSupport members to contact me will be able to take up this exclusive offer.

    Telephone support will be available to help you set up and use the device. Trial users will be provided with a simple pre and post-trial questionnaire in order to access individual benefits and improvements. At the end of the trial, there will be an option to purchase at a discounted price.

    If you would like to take part, please contact me, Jan Sadler, using the Contact Us form available in the menu on this site or use the link below. Please include your full name, email and home postal address, also which diagnosed conditions you wish to use it for. I will pass your details on to Arc4Health who will contact you with the kit and further details, as outlined below.

    Contact Us: https://painsupport.co.uk/contact-us/

    Jan at PainSupport

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    The Technology: The Arc4Health supports the body’s naturally occurring biocurrents in order to boost the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) within cells. ATP is the energy providing molecule that is required for cellular processes including pain responses, immunity responses, nutrient transport and protein synthesis, which are all fundamental processes for tissue repair and pain management. For a period of time, cells within injured tissues also exhibit a significant reduction in ability to heal and regenerate. With applied microcurrents the increased ATP provides a kick start to allow healing to start earlier, whilst accelerating the body’s own natural recovery.

    Participants will be required to follow a simple 6-week treatment protocol with one 3-hour daily treatment. The device is worn on the arm and can be used at home, on the go or in your sleep! It is easy to use and requires no specialist training, however we provide all our users with ongoing support which includes setting up and using the device.

    After the trial, if other Pain Support members would like to purchase a device, Arc4Health can provide a non-public discount for a limited period of time.

    If you are interested in taking part please contact Pain Support directly using their Contact Us form. https://painsupport.co.uk/contact-us/

    For more information please visit https://www.arc4health.com
    A number of Case Studies can be found on the website https://www.arc4health.com/case-studies/

    #45762
    anniekat
    Participant

    Yes please, Jan!

    Annie x

    #45764
    Lc
    Participant

    Hi Jan just contacted you. I’m interested many thanks Lee

    #45768
    Christine
    Participant

    I’ve also signed up. Did either of you trial the Alph Stim sme years ago?

    Christine

    #45770
    Lorna5
    Participant

    I’ve messaged you Jan yes please

    #45772
    anniekat
    Participant

    No, Christine, I didn’t try the AlphaStim. Did you? Any positive results?

    Annie x

    #45774
    Christine
    Participant

    I did, but didn’t get anything positive from it. It was at least seven years ago (I think). Some people here did get good results.

    Christine

    #45780
    Jan Sadler
    Keymaster

    There are a some spaces left for this free trial of the Arc4Health pain relief device, please let me know if you would like to take part.
    Contact me here: https://painsupport.co.uk/contact-us/
    Jan at PainSupport

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 10 months ago by Jan Sadler.
    #45812
    Jan Sadler
    Keymaster

    We still have a few spaces left for the free trial, please let me know if you would like to take part as soon as possible.
    You can contact me here: https://painsupport.co.uk/contact-us/
    Jan at PainSupport

    #45814
    Hope
    Participant

    Hi Jan , I am interested and have just signed up .

    #45827
    Jan Sadler
    Keymaster

    We have three places left in this trial and Arc4Health have given us the deadline for applications at midnight on Sunday, 21st October, so please contact me soon if you are interested in taking part in this free trial.
    Jan at PainSupport

    #45831
    dalhousie
    Participant

    I wonder If you can wear it if you have an SCS??

    #45832
    dalhousie
    Participant

    As it’s Friday and u need to know by Sunday I presume if I put my name forward and then find it’s incompatible with SCS I can back out of the trial??

    #45833
    Jan Sadler
    Keymaster

    I’ll ask the Arc4Health people if it’s compatible with the SCS. If it is I’m sure you will be able to join the group, even if I can’t get hold of them until Monday.

    #45835
    Jan Sadler
    Keymaster

    I’ve emailed to ARC4Health but to be sure I wonder if you could also ask the people who made your implant?
    Many thanks
    Jan at PainSupport

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