Help might be at hand in the form of a hand-held device called the NuroKor mitouch.
It sends bioelectrical pulses to help combat pain, mimicking the body's own electrical system. As well as blocking out pain, it also helps with the treatment of pain using a new generation of microcurrent known as a 'quadwave'. While this might all sound too good to be true, even gold-medal Olympians like Susanna Townsend MBE swear by the technology, crediting some of her Olympic success to it. Rick Rowan, CEO of NuroKor, developed the technology after being told that paracetamol was the only available treatment for his back pain. Find out more at www.nurokor.co.uk
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