What is the FIRSTtx device?
ENSr Medical, Inc. produces FDA cleared non-invasive neuro-modulation medical devices that can be prescribed for a patient to eliminate or manage pain. The FIRSTtx is FDA cleared for Acute, Chronic and Post Operative pain. The FIRSTtx medical device is a small hand held unit that delivers non-invasive; therapeutic neural stimulation via a patient’s skin by delivering high amplitude, short duration waveforms with little or no discomfort to the patient.
FIRSTtx is cleared by the FDA as a class 2 medical device. That means if you are not a licensed medical professional in the United States, you are required to have a doctors prescription to rent or buy a device for your personal use and only a licensed professional can treat you.
FIRSTtx is the newest generation of non-invasive neural-medicine devices. FIRSTtx is safe and powerfully effective in so many ways. NINM devices are designed for both professional and home/personal use (same technology, easy to use).
The FIRSTtx is an advanced form of neural-stimulation with biofeedback capability. It is NOT like a TENS device in any way, shape, or form. It is safe and easy to use.
Telling your doctor about the FIRSTtx:
Tell your doctor that you are receiving FIRSTtx therapy and download the FIRSTtx white paper below. More than likely your doctor has not heard of the FIRSTtx or non-invasive neuro-modulation therapy for pain. It’s not that it is new. It has been successfully utilized for over 30 years in other countries and is just beginning to become more readily noticed in the US. Healthcare professionals are currently being educated and trained throughout the US.
Your doctor needs to know that as your FIRSTtx treatments progress, if you are on medications your body may become more responsive to those drugs, making them more potent. Most patients report a decrease or ceasing of pain medication usage after receiving FIRSTtx therapy, Your doctor manages your medication therefore he/she needs to know you are receiving the FIRSTtx treatments as adjustments to your medication may need to be made.
Dr. Alan Palmer, D.C., C.C.S.T.
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