Controlling Chronic Pain in the Absence of EMF
As electronic devices grow in daily use, so does the amount of electromagnetic fields (EMF). EMF is a physical force of electrically charged objects that cannot be seen by the naked eye. Clinical and published studies have shown that EMF has a direct impact on chronic pain. Farabloc is a cloth like material that has been tested and proven to shield the body from high EMF when wrapped or placed on the area of injury.
Farabloc is a drug free pain relief system used in various fields of managing chronic and acute pain. Patients who use Farabloc report less pain, faster recovery and better sleep as a result of decreasing their exposure to high EMF. Farabloc was invented more than 30 years ago to combat amputee phantom limb pain and has since been researched and recognized by health agencies and organizations in both Europe and North America.
New Amputee Phantom Pain Testimonial from Amputee.ca
EMF Protection Pub Med Published Research
I'm Brian Johns from the UBC Thunderbirds Swim Team, and I got into Farabloc when I was recovering from a rotator cuff injury. It really helped me out to wear the Farabloc Jacket after each workout, because I was just coming back and I was in a great amount of pain.
It definitely helped me relieve all the symptoms from the pain and allowed me to recover quickly from the workouts that I was experiencing at the time, and to be able to recover from my injury quickly and get back in the water.
Now, I'm swimming faster than I ever swam before and performing better than I could ever dream of.
Brian Johns Athlete Profile
Brian Johns Bio and Performance Record