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Why Am I In Pain?

You can't bend or turn without pain. You can't sleep, and wake up in misery. Worse yet, you have tried all kinds of treatment: physical therapy, pain prescriptions, epidural corticosteroid injections, and alternative treatments such as acupuncture.  The pain gets relieved for a few days— only to return.  Nothing works.   You are not alone:  Pain, especially chronic pain, affects 117 million Americans and costs $600B a year in terms of lost time and medical expenses, according to the recent CDC report.  

Pains are the manifestation (or “biomarker”) of the underlying cause- namely, muscle injuries or pinched nerves.   Muscular injuries from car accidents, sports, exercises, sudden movement, wrong postures or sometimes unknown reasons are the major cause of such pains.   Standard self-care process includes cold/heat pads and good rest for a period of time.   In many cases, especially in acute cases, the body recovers, the muscle injury heals, and the pain disappears.   Unfortunately, just as many get stuck with chronic pains for months or years. 

Pinched nerves at the spine cause pain syndromes or reduced motor control at extremities (arms and legs).   When a sensory nerve is pinched, the patient experiences tingling sensation, numbness in certain areas of the affected arm or legs. When a motor nerve is pinched, the patient experiences weak  muscular response or loss of motor control of the affected arm or leg.  Herniated discs are often cited as the cause of the problem in radiological interpretation of CT scans.   However, it is misleading because (1) most herniated discs do not even touch the nearby nerve and thus not necessarily cause any pain, and (2) herniated discs occur even in normal people with no pain or known injury.   Most pinched nerve problems, as our clinical study indicates, are actually caused by injuries of the muscle groups that support and balance the spine.  When the injuries of those corresponding muscles, mostly near the neck or the lower back, are healed, the pinched nerve problem and any associated pain disappear as well.

Current state of pain treatments

Over 117 million people in the US alone get stuck with chronic pains without a clear solution.  Standard treatments typically include physical therapy, pain medication, epidural injection of steroids, and surgeries.  The treatment process is long and ineffective:  Majority of the patients had little or no improvement after six months or longer of various therapies.   The epidural injection is useful to reduce neural inflammation.  However, most of the chronic pains described above are not neural inflammation.  Thus, majority of patients either experience no improvement or temporary improvement with a rebound in a few days or few months when the epidural steroid wears off.   In addition, due to the serious side-effect of steroids, epidural injection can only be used for several times.   The prognosis of surgery was even less positive.  Most of patients who undergo such invasive surgeries on and after six-month recovery periods found that their conditions are not better or even worse than before the surgery.   Pain medications, including both prescription anti-inflammatory drugs and over-the-counter analgesic medicine, are often used to relieve the pain temporarily and reduce the inflammation hoping that the body will heal the injury itself once inflammation is reduced.   For some patients with acute injury, the pain medication will bridge them through the recovery process with less pain.   Unfortunately, chronic pain patients usually experience only temporary relief.  The pain returns within hours after medication is taken.  In essence, the majority of people who have chronic pain will go through multiple years of treatments without a permanent cure. 

In the alternative medicine acupuncture points used in pain treatment may or may not be in the same area of the body as the targeted symptom.  The Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory for the selection of such point is that they work by stimulating the "meridian system" to bring about relief by re-balancing "qi".  This theory is based on the ancient philosophy of TCM and has no analogy in western medicine.   Despite considerable efforts to understand the anatomy and physiology of the "acupuncture points", the definition and characterization of these points remains controversial.  Research has been published suggesting acupuncture points may be associated with activation of specific brain areas using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) or areas of low electrical impedance in the body, but over all evidence for the anatomical existence of acupuncture points is not compelling.  Moreover, the effect of acupuncture and selection of acupuncture points for pain are hit-and-miss at best because the lack of any underlying science.    

The self-healing process of the human body

When deep tissues (muscles) are injured, it normally triggers a cascade of the healing process mediated by innate immune system:  The injured muscle/soft tissue triggers the release of cytokines (chemicals carry signals to promote or inhibit immune responses), which recruit the innate immune cells (e.g., macrophages) to take away the dead and injured tissue cells.    Macrophages in turn release other cytokines and trigger the cascade of the muscle tissue repair and regeneration.   In normal cases, the immune system eventually heals the muscle.   Unfortunately, the process often gets interrupted and never completes.  Interruptive processes include:

  • Scar tissue formation
  • Excessive and prolonged inflammation
  • Sheared muscle
  • Age effect
  • Cycle aborted due to various environmental stresses

When interrupted, the patient is stuck with the chronic pain and injury.  

Based on thousands of successful patient cases, in which muscle injuries and pains were consistently healed within hours or days after the NoxipointTM Stimulation Therapy, the study concluded that the therapy triggers the natural self-healing process of the human body.

Noxipoint® Therapy

Noxipoint Therapy sends electrical waves non-invasively through the skin within a narrow neuroimmune signaling pathway that activate the healing of (1) the muscle injury with associated local pain, and (2) the muscle injury that causes pinched nerve and indirectly causes remote pains and/or loss of motor control at the extremities (legs, arms).  The exact locations of Noxipoints of all muscles have been precisely mapped out in the research conducted in the past 11 years.

In a nutshell,Noxipoint® Therapy persistently heals the muscle injury and removes the pain for patients within a few sessions.  It is noninvasive and clinically proven in multiple randomized controlled studies.