Client Testimonial

After 2 years of not being able to do any exercise due to shoulder pain the ARP Wave just allowed me to run the Cayman Half Marathon with no pain during or after the run! I had nearly given up on trying to rehab my shoulder as nothing would work and I was in constant pain. After the ARP Wave sessions, my pain is gone both during and after exercise. I cannot thank Christine and the ARP Wave enough for getting me back to being active.
Paul Schreiner

ARP Wave

ARP Wave stands for Accelerated Recovery Performance. It works on the body’s “wiring system”, the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. It helps the brain communicate with the rest of the body to treat the neurological origin of pain and restricted movement.

The ARP Wave machine is an electronic device that uses electrodes to determine the source of your symptoms. Throughout the course of your treatment, these electrodes are used on the points identified to eliminate pain and train your body absorb force properly. If your muscles are not absorbing force, it is going somewhere else in your body which results in damage.

ARP Wave therapy locates areas of damaged, inflamed tissue with scar tissue around it. ARP Wave therapy enables the nervous system to communicate with these areas and breaks up the scar tissue enabling the damaged area to heal.

Who it’s good for:

  • Patients in chronic pain or on pain medication
  • Patients with “mysterious” or undiagnosed pain/symptoms
  • Patients with neurologic disorders, spinal cord injuries, or strokes
  • Post-surgical patients
  • Patients with swelling

Please refer to the ARP Wave testimonials page for more information: www.arpwave.com/index.php/testimonials

Testimonials

Last year I was on the verge of giving up running and now I'm back to doing around 60 miles per week and have three ultra marathons planned for this year. I have already completed a 50K. The ARP allowed me to still run whilst having treatment which makes a big difference. In addition to the treatment, ARP highlighted where the main issue was. Christine knew all along it wasn't in the foot/ankle but no doctors could identify exactly where it was. 
 
Mike Ridsdale, Ultra Marathoner