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Neurolumen provides a natural alternative to pain medication. The device is covered under Medicare rules.

Oklahoma City, OK – 04 August, 2015 – Neurolumen LLC and Shelly Henry are pleased to announce that the Neurolumen device works to reduce pain and increase circulation. Neurolumen is an innovative and industry-changing medical device with a system which delivers multiple forms of healing energy to distressed tissues. Instead of prescription medication, or invasive therapies. The lightweight, FDA-approved Neurolumen is certified by Intertek for meeting or exceeding strict design. Safety and quality standards.

Speaking in a recent interview, Shelly Henry explained, “Neurolumen combines the power of light therapy and the benefits of electrical stimulation. This combination of light and electrical current has been shown to be the most effective treatment for pain available today. The use of the device for just thirty minutes can provide amazing results.”

For many people who have a painful condition, the first step is to visit a doctor’s office and obtain a prescription for pain medication. This can be the first step in a slippery slope. Chronic pain requires larger and larger doses to obtain relief from the pain. Almost without realizing it, the patient becomes addicted to the painkiller. 

Neurolumen offers a safe and effective alternative to drugs. It comes in a portable and lightweight case for use at home. The therapy is fast acting and never addictive. When the device is used, many patients who have been taking pain medications for years are able to cut out the heavy-duty pharmaceuticals. Other natural methods of pain control are substituted for harmful drugs. 

Shelly Henry developed the Neurolumen device almost accidentally and used it to relieve the chronic pain of her own daughter. One of the first to try the innovative technique was daughter Kara, in pain for years from the aftermath of a car accident.  Although Kara had suffered full body-pain, a short session with the device developed by her mother was enough to offer relief.  The device was refined and tested and put into production with FDA certification. The Veterans Administration is using the device in two of its facilities and other at-risk groups are being encouraged to try the device for a range of conditions.

More details about Neurolumen and its effectiveness can be seen at http://abc13.com/health/miracle-treatments-end-womans-$100k-month-addiction/392108/ and http://www.neurolumen.com/images/RD_Story_small.pdf

Media Contact
Company Name: Neurolumen LLC
Contact Person: Shelly Henry
Email: CustomerService@Neurolumen.com
Phone: (405) 463-6525, Toll Free: (855) 855-4648, Fax: (800) 547-1296
Address:9636 N. May Ave., Suite 230
City: Oklahoma City
State: OK
Country: United States
Website: http://www.neurolumen.com

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