Elevated Pressure Therapy Device Offers Hope for Arthritis, Fibromyalgia Pain

The Rejuvenator provides safe, non-invasive, drug-free relief from inflammatory pain

Elevated Pressure Therapy Device Offers Hope for Arthritis, Fibromyalgia Pain

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Millions of Americans are living with chronic pain. According to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies report titled “Relieving Pain in America,” nearly one third of the U.S. population — about 116 million Americans — are living with chronic pain at an estimated aggregate cost to our economy of $635 billion.

Chronic pain conditions are often caused by underlying inflammation in the body. The Rejuvenator elevated pressure therapy device from uses barometric pressure to provide relief by reducing inflammation and pain from inflammatory and neurological conditions. It works by safely increasing the surrounding pressure approximately five percent, which resembles the atmospheric pressure found at the elevation of the Dead Sea in the Middle East, about 1,300 feet below sea level.

“Two half-hour treatments a day in the Rejuvenator safely and naturally relieve the symptoms of a number of diseases and conditions, including autism, arthritis, fibromyalgia and migraine headaches,” said Hollis Risley, president of Baro-Therapies and developer of The Rejuvenator. “The Rejuvenator has also been used to rehabilitate Wounded Warriors at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, Fla., to treat sports-related injuries, reduce post-surgical pain and swelling and to accelerate healing.”

Internist David Gaudin, M.D., conducted a clinical trial of 81 people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia. After using The Rejuvenator for 14 days, 82 percent of participants reported a significant reduction in their pain levels and improvement in their overall quality of life.

Legendary retired NFL quarterback and coach, Zeke Bratkowski, said he has experienced similar results while using The Rejuvenator for the past seven years. “I use it on a regular basis to help combat chronic pain, stiffness and soreness,” said Bratkowski. “I find that regular treatment sessions help me to recover more quickly after exercising or injury.”

Unlike hyperbaric oxygen chambers, The Rejuvenator is portable and does not require supplemental oxygen, which is potentially hazardous. This fact makes it safer and easier to use for people suffering from chronic pain, while providing similar relief of symptoms. The Rejuvenator can easily be assembled in about 15 minutes, making it ideal for use at home or any other suitable location. Users can read, relax, eat, surf the Internet, watch TV or even sleep during treatments.

For more information, including cost and ordering specifics, visit or call 850-654-0051.

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