Dr. Marc Ott describing how the ReBuilder Neuropathy Treatment helps his patients and many within the very first treatment.
(2 minute news cast. Florida TV Channel 9 aired on 6/19/2013)
It's not always clear what causes neuropathy. One cause of neuropathy is diabetes. Black mold, pesticides, aspartame, chemotherapy, lead and mercury can also cause neuropathy, it can be hereditary. Neuropathy occurs when nerves of the peripheral nervous system are damaged. Statin drugs for cholesterol can etch away the myelin sheath that insulates your nerves and higher than necessary blood pressure medication can reduce blood supply to your feet. Sleep apnea, acid reflux, and tight back muscles squeezing your nerves can cause neuropathy.
Your nerves need to be gently repaired, and the nerve paths need to be retrained so that messages can get all the way from your feet to your brain and back to your muscles. The ReBuilder® is the proven, simple, dignified, and comfortable solution, no matter what the cause.
The ReBuilder® treats all kinds of pain such as: restless leg syndrome, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, idiopathic neuropathy, polyneuropathy, chemo induced neuropathy, Charcot Marie-Tooth, and piriformis entrapment syndrome.
The ReBuilder® has been found to be very effective in managing the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.
The ReBuilder® is the nerve pain treatment of choice used in cancer hospitals such as The Cancer Treatment Centers of America, the Rockefeller Cancer Center, Sloan Kettering, the Cleveland Clinic, John Hopkins, and others for their patients with chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy. The ReBuilder® has been proven 96% effective in a study with over 3,000 doctors treating patients who did not respond to any previous treatments.
"We refer all our cancer patients to the Rockefeller Cancer Center in Little Rock Arkansas, because they use the ReBuilder® exclusively and it not only eliminates any pain and numbness, but it can sometimes allow them to optimize the dosage of chemo and not have to limit a successful treatment regimen because of the terrible side effects. We refer our patients to them primarily because they use the ReBuilder. I want the best for my patients, and I hate to see them suffer needlessly." - Richard D, M.D.
The Holland-Springfield Journal, Perrysburg, OH — May 14, 2013
Dr. Phillips of Charles Town, West Virginia, spoke at a recent seminar sponsored by Restorative Concepts of Holland. He began his career as an inventor when his children were young.
Dr. Phillips; Margaret G. would like you to know that she strongly feels that one day the ReBuilder® will be as prevalent in households as a thermometer. Any time any extremity is in the slightest pain she takes the ReBuilder out and it alleviates it almost immediately. She says the ReBuilder is God's gift to humanity through your hands.
The ReBuilder is fully registered with the FDA, manufactured in the USA in a Medicare licensed facility. The ReBuilder is considered a covered expense under Medicare and private insurance on a self-submit basis, you will receive a complete reimbursement package with your ReBuilder. For more information about Medicare and insurance, click here.
The ReBuilder is warranted for 5 years against any defects in workmanship or manufacturing.
Note: As a result of the tremendous response due to Florida's channel 9 news above, our inventory is running low, it is in stock. If you choose overnight shipping, you can begin your treatments tomorrow.
Startup Kit - $530
Conductive Socks - $150
Conductive Gloves - $150
Package shown above is the ReBuilder 300 Home Treatment System, including Conductive Garments for your feet and your hands. Twin compartment footbath is used for the first 2 months, the garments are used thereafter for maintenance.
$830 Complete Package including Conductive garment socks and Conductive garment gloves as seen in video above
Want to start with the Initial ReBuilder Startup Kit with footbath and add garments later?
$530 Initial Startup Kit (you can purchase Conductive garment socks or Conductive garment gloves later)