Post-operative pain

Pain that occurs after an operation is called post-operative pain. They not only cause suffering, but also have a negative effect on the entire recovery process. A sophisticated pain therapy is therefore essential for the recovery of the quality of life ... if the suffered injury allows a recovery at all.

In Austria, to name just one example, every year more than 1.2 million operations are performed. It is known from reliable sources that approximately 420,000 patients suffer from severe pain after surgical procedures ... and in about 120'000 people the pain becomes chronic!

As stupid as it may sound: pain has an important and vital warning and signal function for the body.

The pain-inducing substances convert the pain-inducing stimulus into electrical information, which is transmitted in the form of electrical impulses via the nerve fibers to the spinal cord and then via ascending nerve tracts to the brain. In the brain, the incoming information is evaluated and perceived as pain.

Primarily, pain-conducting nerve fibers are damaged by external injuries or surgical interventions. This results in so-called nerve pain (neuropathic pain), which unfortunately is usually difficult to treat with simple painkillers. Apart from this, the pain-conducting nerve fibers can also be damaged by diseases such as diabetes.

Regular use (especially overnight) of the BIONIC© Ionizer can often greatly reduce postoperative pain.

How come we are so convinced? Because a) our research team ... and b) many international physicians were able to gain corresponding experience.


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