State-of-the-Art Hako-Med Therapy for Peripheral Neuropathy

This year, Dr. Michael Veselak, D.C. added the Hako-Med to his tool box for the treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy and Chronic Pain. The Hako-Med is an H-wave therapy, which in non-invasive and a very pleasant type of treatment. It delivers immediate positive results on difficult to treat conditions and is safe, effective, and FDA approved. In fact, Dr. Veselak has seen drastic improvement among his most difficult Neuropathy patients using the Hako-Med Therapy along with home exercise and a custom nutritional program.

Some of the benefits of the Hako-Med Therapy that have been documented with clinical research are:

  • Stimulation of peripheral nerves for the purpose of providing pain relief
  • Simulate nerves for muscle re-education
  • Help with the management and symptomatic relief for Neuropathy and Chronic Pain
  • Help with the relaxation of muscle spasms

All cells communicate in both a bioelectric and a biochemical manner. When this communication is impaired, pain and disease can occur and normal function is lost. The Hako-Med Therapy is the only one that communicates in a bioelectric and biochemical capacity in the same treatment session. This creates a broad-spectrum physiological effect.

Dr. Michael Veselak, D.C. has successfully treated many chronic conditions using the Hako-Med Therapy, including:

Join Dr. Michael Veselak on Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at 12:00pm for his lecture on “Natural Solution for Peripheral Neuropathy” at Camarillo Healthcare District. To reserve your spot, call (805) 482-0723!

To learn more information about the treatment for Peripheral Neuropathy and Chronic Conditions, visit Dr. Veselak’s website at DrMichaelVeselak.com and CamarilloSpineandNerve.com.

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