- The ReBuilder® 2407 Electronic Stimulator
- 2 pairs of Adhesive Electrodes
- 2 Oval/Rectangle lead wire
- Carry Case
- Instructions for Use
The ReBuilder® 2407 is a medical device that sends tiny electrical signals to the nerves and muscles. The electrical signals are an exact copy of the normal electrical signals of a healthy nerve. These signals are stronger to produce a therapeutic effect.
The device is very easy to use, does not require specialized training.
The ReBuilder sends small electrical signals that travel from one foot up your leg to the lower back, then down the opposite leg to the other foot. Then changes direction and returns to the original foot. This is a very effective way to treat all the nerves in the feet and legs.
As a result, the muscles contract and then relax, improve muscle tone and increases blood circulation*.
Another beneficial effect of the ReBuilder® is that it stimulates the brain to release endorphins into the circulatory system*. Endorphins relieve neuropathic pain, arthritis pain, fibromyalgia, muscle pain, reduce anxiety and stress among others. All naturally and without side effects.
The ReBuilder® does not block painful nerve signals to simply not feel pain as do common TENS devices. The ReBuilder® opens the pathways of nerves and re-educates the nerves to allow normal signals can pass from one nerve to another*. ReBuilder® is a treatment for neuropathy that has no side effects and can be used in the comfort of your home*.
7.83 Hz This frequency stimulates the large afferent nerves with an healthy waveform*.
E.M.S. Electric Muscle Stimulation to strengthen muscles. This frequency contract the leg muscles and improve the circulation*.
T.E.N.S Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. To block immediately the nerve pain in small localized areas*.
The ReBuilder® 2407 comes with everything needed to immediately begin treatment.
The ReBuilder® is contraindicated for patients with pacemakers, implantable devices, pregnant women, people who are suffering from thrombophlebitis (blood clot). Consult your doctor if you are in any of these categories.