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How It Works?

The EB 305 foot bath creates energy by altering the electron and proton load in the water to create an electromagnetic environment or "Bio-energetically" altered water environment in which the patient places his or her feet to experience the donation of appropriate ions. The donation of appropriate ions increases the body's energetics or simply translated "life-energy".

Within the human body there are energy channels known as meridians. These meridians provide a pathway for energy to flow to or from a particular organ (i.e. liver, kidney, etc.) These pathways begin or end at points on the feet or hands. A person's current state of health is determined by how well the energy in the body flows through those meridians.

Bioenergetics is important because the amount of energy a person has and the balance of energy contributes to the capacity of the body to :

1. Problem solve

2. Do work

3. Detoxify

The biological process of energy flow within the body is best described by the Helsinki Bioenergetics Group, Institute of Biotechnology, University of Helsinki, Finland who state that "Living organisms require a constant supply of energy. In the cells themselves, this energy must be available in the form of ATP, but the organisms themselves obtain energy from their environment in other, very different forms, such as oxygen, carbohydrates, light, etc. This means that living organisms must be able to efficiently convert energy into other forms which are useable in the cell."

The EB 305 foot bath uses direct current and ions to provide energy that is sub-threshold, meaning that the patient generally will not feel the treatment. This energy is very similar to micro current and cold laser therapy, both of which have been proven to increase and create more cellular ATP. This increase in cellular ATP allows the cell to work and detoxify at a higher rate. Increasing the cells' ability to work at a higher rate will allow the cell to withstand stressors either physical or chemical. The EB 305 foot bath has shown in clinical trials using electro dermal scanning to improve and balance the body's energy, especially in the detoxifying systems. The EB 305 also has shown in clinical trials to change and balance the body's pH.

 What  Patients Can Experience

Healthy individuals can expect to feel lighter and experience a greater feeling of well being. Some patients with pain, edema, and swollen joints have reported relief immediately. Other patients with arthritis, allergies, gout, limphedema, headaches, and neuralgia as well as other symptoms have experienced relief and benefits with multiple treatments.  A typical treatment protocol consists of 1 bath a week for 10 weeks followed by maintenance visits 4-6 times per year.

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Office Hours

*Hours may vary slightly please call to verify.

Monday:

9:30 am-12:30 pm

2:30 pm-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

12:00 pm-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

9:30 am-12:30 pm

Thursday:

12:00 pm-6:30 pm

Friday:

9:30 am-1:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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