SIS Pain Management Treatment
Pain is a common urban disease. Neck soreness and shoulder ache are typical symptoms of laptop and smartphone usage. Though common, these pain are not to be ignored: they not only impact daily life quality but are often omens of chronic illnesses. While turning a blind eye to persistent pain can lead to irreversible consequences, some pain often requires risky pain medicine and surgical treatments. In contrast, the UK-developed no.1 SIS Pain Management Treatment is a targeted and non-invasive method for relieving pain, helping you achieve inner harmony efficiently.
How does pain impact your life?
Difficulty when working out
Soft tissue inflammation
SIS Pain Management Treatment
Perfect Medical's SIS (Super Inductive System) Pain Management Treatment is conducted by a certified medical team. This pain management treatment can effectively reduce common bodily pain (i.e. shoulder ache, back pain and neck pain). SIS pain management treatment employs innovative pain therapy technology to relieve muscle tensions and improve blood circulation for relaxation effects. High-Density Electro Magnetic Energy (HDEME) technology emits electromagnetic energy deep into the ache tissues to address pain quickly and continuously.
The HDEME system emits energy deep into the joint tissues, inducing repeated supramaximal muscle contractions for relaxing tensed joints, improving joint function, enhancing localized blood circulation and increasing the metabolism of surrounding tissues. Moreover, the energy helps exercise the motor neurons into strengthening weakened muscles - all of which target acute and chronic pain in the muscles, nerves and bones. The treatment equipment has 6 mechanic limbs for performance for full coverage and flexibility during the procedure1,3.
Chronic and acute pain caused by Rheumatic joint inflammation, Ankylosing Spondylitis (stiffening spine inflammation), calcification of the joints, cervical pain, sprains, bone fractures, muscle spasms and more 1
Those with muscle or neuropathic pain
SIS treatment equipment gives impressive pain-relieving performance: most users reported significant soothing effects after 5 to 10 sessions; 87% of users are satisfied with the treatment results 2,3.
Non-surgical, non-invasive and painless 2.
4 Major Treatment Advantages
Reduce Pain Instantly 2,3
Improve the performances of the joints 3
Relax muscle tension 2
A List of Common Chronic Pain Disorders
Urban dwellers are prone to frequent smartphone usage. As you look down at your phone, the cervical vertebrae become greatly burdened. Working with laptops can also increase the pressure on the cervical vertebrae. Adding to the burden is the stress of modern living and an unbalanced diet, resulting in highly stressed and even injured cervical vertebrae. Moreover, various cervical dysfunctions, such as cervical spondylosis due to sleeping posture or nerve degeneration, can all be accompanied by cervical acute pain.
Besides arthritis, patellar tendinitis can also lead to knee pain. The most common pain point is right below the kneecaps: strengthen your knees and press the lower edge of the kneecaps to feel the sore point. Most patients with patellar tendinitis, who work all day standing up, find it hurt to stand back up after squatting. A deviation of patellar tendinitis is the "jumper's knees", most often suffered by athletes who jump and run frequently. Besides patellar tendinitis, synovitis is also a common cause of knee pain: the synovial membrane is a key part of a kneecap, which, when overworked, thickens and builds up fluid surrounding the kneecaps, resulting in stiff knees that cannot strengthen.
Lower back pain
There are 5 vertebrae in your lower back. These vertebrae are connected to the pelvis, and are under the pressure of your upper body. The lower back can easily be overworked: bad postures when carrying groceries, bending down or picking up the kids can damage and injure the lower vertebrae. Moreover, intervertebral disc herniation is the most common in the lower back. Intervertebral disc herniation puts pressure on the surrounding nerves, which can lead to persistent pain.
Tendons are tough and flexible fibrous bands connecting muscles and bones. Inflammation of the tendons makes muscle movements painful and difficult. While tendinitis can occur in any body part, the most common sites include ankles, wrists, elbows and shoulders. Tendinitis is most common among middle-aged people in their 40s, as their tendons are most prone to injuries due to decreased elasticity and nimbleness. Common treatments for tendinitis include plenty of rest for the tendons, lifting the inflamed sites, cold compression, and nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs.
Relieve chronic pain instantly
Electromagnetic energy induces muscle contraction to relieve both chronic and acute pain, reduce tension. and strengthen muscles and joints 2
Effects reach 10cm within tissues
The pain management treatment equipment emits adjustable electromagnetic energy to penetrate 10cm within the muscles3 to reduce pain.
The treatment equipment is both FDA-cleared and CE-certified3, promising you a high-quality treatment.
Painless and non-invasive
This pain management treatment includes no incision, post-surgical complications, recovery period or pain 2
Steps: SIS Pain Management Treatment
Professional Body Consultation
The SIS Pain Treatment will be conducted by Perfect Medical's registered medical team. The consultant will get to know your chronic pain points, life habits, and possible cause of pain.
Inquiry and Analysis of Pain
The therapist might perform some tests on your muscle movements- this is to better determine your pain point for adjusting your treatment plan.
The therapist will explain to you exactly how the treatment can relieve your chronic pain. They will also walk you through how the HDEME technology emits energy into the muscles, relieves tension and reduces pain.
Conduct the Procedure
The therapist will operate the 6 mechanical limbs of the treatment to emit electromagnetic energy at your exact pain point. The energy induces muscle contractions to relieve chronicpain, strengthen muscles and improve joint movements.
Professional Follow-up Post-Treatment
Our professional team will note your opinions and treatment outcomes immediately post-procedure. The team will also help you with booking the next treatment session.
- Main a proper posture: many postures, such as crossing your legs, can result in pain.
- Eat foods which are good for the joints, such as cherry, matcha and turmeric.
- Be mindful of oily, deep-fried, processed, sugary and dairy food products.
- Avoid exercises such as sit-ups and rowling, as they can put pressure on your vertebrates.
Comparing Popular Pain Relief Methods
SIS Pain Management Treatment
|HDEME energy stimulates joint-surrounding muscles repeatedly to relieve stiff joints, improve circulation, encourage capillary growth and speed up cartilage healing.
Wait Time for Results
|Enjoy pain-relief effects after the first session.
|Effective for chronic pain relief, as 87% of users reported satisfactory results3
|Non-invasive, painless, safe2
|Depends on your individual needs2
|Stimulate the acupoints for full-body circulation improvement. Traditional Chinese Medicine Practioner see acupoints as the accumulating hubs of "qi" running around inside your body. Stimulating these hubs can encourage faster circulation of "qi".
Wait Time for Results
|Depending on the individual's physical condition. Those who are old or sick will need more time.
|Receive regular acupuncture sessions to maintain pain relief results.
|To avoid the risk of injuries, you should search for a trained and licenced traditional Chinese medical practitioner.
|You might feel sensations such as pain, bloatedness, soreness, numbness, warmth, muscle spasms or tingly, all of which might make pain worse.
|Depends on your physical condition.
Therapeutic Stretch Exercise
|A type of physical therapy. Training for stronger and more balanced muscles and joints. Incorporate stretching movements to enhance flexibility and relieve pain.
Wait Time for Results
|Might take a long time, depending on the individual.
|Perform such exercises regularly along with healthy daily habits for pain relief.
|You should be fine under the instruction of a professional therapist.
|Depends on your needs.
What is the theory behind the SIS Pain Management Treatment?
SIS (Super Inductive System) uses HDEME energy to stimulate joint-connecting muscles repeated. The energy improves joint mobility by loosening the surrounding tensions and knots. Moreover, HDEME also encourages blood circulation around the joints, which speeds up blood vessel growth, cartilage repair and bone healing. The treatment energy also stimulates motor neurons to induce muscle contractions, which loosens tensions. The therapist will adjust the energy wavelength throughout the session to maximize muscle strengthening and relaxing effects, while minimizing the risk of muscle spasms and atrophy.
What sort of pain can the SIS Pain Management Treatment target?
Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, calcification, cervical pain, poor blood circulation, sprain, bone crack, shoulder impingement syndrome, lower back pain, muscle atrophy, spasm, muscle strain, nerve repair, spasticity, metatarsal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis^ and more.
Why do so many Hong Kongers suffer from back pain?
Most Hong Konger spend the entirety of their workdays sitting or standing. Poor sitting posture, standing for a long time, and repetitive physical work are common causes of severe pain at the back. Back pain affects most components of the area, including the muscles, tendons, intervertebral discs, and intervertebral joints. These components will get painful when overworked, pressured, and burdened. Back pain patients might not be able to stand or sit for too long, and when they need to, their legs will get numb and wobbly. If you are experiencing such symptoms, you should seek medical help immediately.
Should I work out if my body is aching or sore already?
You should seek professional help to identify your type of pain before exercising to improve your pain. Some exercises can make pain worse. For example, Sciatica, which is common among Hong Kongers, can be made worse by sit-ups and rowling, as these exercises add pressure to your intervertebral discs, which intensify the pain. In contrast, strolling helps stretch the limbs and relieve pressure on the intervertebral discs.
What should I pay attention to if I wish to reduce the risk of back pain?
To prevent back pain, you may improve elements in your daily life. For example, you should pick a sofa which supports your back and hip well. You can also add some cushions to your lower back. Besides the hardware, you should also mind your sitting posture, such as not crossing your legs. Leg crossing leans your upper body forward, leading to scoliosis, pelvic and spinal misalignment, and pressure on the nerves, resulting in sciatica. What's more, you shouldn't bend down to pick up heavy objects, as bending down at 90 degrees add tremendous pressure to the spine, giving way to herniated and ruptured intervertebral discs, pressure on the nerves, and eventual sciatica.
1Only for specific treatment
2Treatment results and progress depend on factors including the individual’s skin and body conditions
3Information provided by the manufacturer