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The Electromagnetic Field and Phantom Limb Pain Connection in Animals, People

May 23rd, 2013 · 2 Comments · Pet Health

Did you know there’s a connection between phantom limb pain in animals and man-made and environmental electromagnetic fields (EMF)?

We didn’t, until we met Dr. Don Nixdorf, Executive Director of the British Columbia Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Nixdorf introduced us to Farabloc, a drug-free alternative for dogs and cats who suffer from phantom limb pain after amputation.

Farabloc also alleviates arthritis and chronic pain in both animals and humans.

Learn About EMFs and Muscular Pain

In this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio, Dr. Nixdorf teaches us about Farabloc, a non-pharmaceutical phantom limb pain therapy that alleviates muscle pain in animals and humans by shielding the body from man-made and environmental electromagnetic fields (EMF).

Farabloc is a lightweight, linen-like fabric infused with a special pattern weave of ultra-thin stainless steel and nylon thread designed to shield the body from high frequency electromagnetic fields, the absence of which studies indicate reduce pain and improve recovery.

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More details about Farabloc are also discussed in this Tripawds Gear Blog post, “Tripawds Get Phantom Pain Relief with Farabloc Drug-Free Therapy.

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