Pulsed Signal Therapy

Pulsed Signal Therapy (PST) is an innovative technological advanced form of therapy that uses a non-invasive medical device to treatarthritis, osteoporosis, accident, work, sports and repetitive stress injuries.

 

It involves directing a series of magnetic pulses through injured tissue. Each magnetic pulse induces a tiny electrical signal that stimulates cellular repair.

 

What makes this therapy unique is that it merges traditional and non-traditional medical care. While the therapy harnesses the body's own ability to heal itself (a non-traditional approach), the technology has gone through scientifically rigorous clinical trials with successes and patient benefits reported in numerous prestigious medical journals. Read more information on how PST works.

A pulsed signal therapy treatment:

  • is non-invasive

  • is surgery-free

  • is drug-free

  • is pain-free

  • is effective in over 80%-83% of cases (as confirmed in research)

  • has no side effects

  • stimulates cartilage and repair

  • stimulates osteoblast formation

  • can delay or completely eliminate the need for surgery and inherent risks that go with it.

 

The treatment is administered in 9 -12 sessions of 60 mins each, conducted under the supervision of a trained PST Therapist. The goal is to reach both short and long-term reduction of pain, improve physical resilience and increase joint function. Read more about PST treatment..

© 2016 by PST Canada 

Approuved by Health Canada