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Why is Physical Therapy So Important to Your Recovery

A physical therapist’s main goals are to help relieve pain, improve joint movement, assist in recovery from an injury or surgery, and prevent disability. The road to recovery can be a long and challenging process. Physical therapists play a significant role in helping improve your quality of life. Let’s get physical and get your body walking the walk and talking the talk.

The Role of a Physical Therapist

A physical therapist is a trained medical professional. While many PTs have earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, they are not medical doctors or physicians. They specialize and are experts in the body’s movement system. Going through physical therapy (PT) can be beneficial in many ways. Physical therapy is often used to help reduce chronic pain, increase muscular reeducation, improve joint mobility, reduce the need for pain medication as well as preventative care due to other medical conditions. A physical therapist can determine what muscle area needs treatment and develop a treatment plan using techniques to help their patients such as, hands-on therapy, strengthening and stretching exercises, ice/heat compresses, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and much more. Whether you are young or old, physical therapy can help accelerate the recovery process for improving your quality of life.

Use of Electrical Stimulation Treatment

Electrical stimulation is a potent tool when used to increase muscle strength, relax muscle spasms, prevent or retard muscle atrophy from disuse, increase and maintain range of motion, relieve acute/chronic (intractable) pain, and increase circulation. Leading the way in the use of electrical stimulation devices, RST-SANEXAS neoGEN®-Series is #1 in pain management, circulatory conditions, and rehabilitation by using a quantum-based, physics approach to Electric cell-Signaling Technology (EcST). Unlike other systems (TENS or NMES), the RST-SANEXAS neoGEN®-Series device is more advanced because it uses an ultra-high digital frequency generator (UHdfg) that delivers targeted and combined true FM and AM electric and electromagnetic energy waves that penetrate much deeper into the tissue. These complex targeted electric cell-signaling energy waves are delivered in and between cells to the affected area. Along with modulated frequencies, neoGEN® operates with a patented “frequency hopping spread spectrum” (FHSS) that makes it almost impossible for the peripheral or central nervous system to find ways to initiate, facilitate, exhaust, and interrupt the upcoming neuron’s axonal action potential at the cellular level helping the body to recover.

Designed and engineered as an Electric cell-Signaling Treatment (EcST) device used by Physical Therapists to treat their physical therapy patients, the FDA cleared RST-SANEXAS neoGEN® PT helps to mitigate pain, improve circulation, and is a superior adjuvant physical medicine and rehabilitation modality. The neoGEN® is a safe, effective, non-invasive, and non-pharmaceutical device to help accelerate the recovery process and improve a patient’s physical therapy outcomes.


RST-SANEXAS neoGEN® PT consists of the following:

  • Intuitive touchscreen with easy treatment setup
  • More than 20 custom programs for optimum varied indication results
  • Hospital-grade modality cart for portability and transport·
  • Vasopneumatic vacuum electrodes, carbon or adhesive electrodes
  • 4 separate channels of EcST energy
  • Ultra high-definition digital frequency signal generation (UHdfg)

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Meet Eric Manalansan, a Texas licensed Physical Therapist and member of the Academy of Clinical Electrophysiology and Wound Management of the American Physical Therapy Association. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy at De La Salle University. He has more than 30 years of experience in physical medicine & rehabilitation working mostly in academic healthcare institutions like UT Southwestern & Baylor Scott & White Health. He is currently a Physical Therapist at Neuropathy Treatment Clinic of Texas at their Addison, TX location. Eric is also a Nevada Licensed PT.

Eric has a keen interest in manual therapy, human movement science, biophysical medicine, and regenerative rehabilitation. He has served as protocol advisor for RST-SANEXAS. He is working on his graduate doctoral degree at Evidence in Motion with a focus on manual therapy.

Eric combines evidence-informed clinical practice with patient education through graphic arts and explainer videos. He received post-graduate medical education in Media & Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Along with his colleagues, Eric aspires to improve the delivery of healthcare, alleviate human suffering, and increase caregiving by learning powerful ways to convey health information and advocate for social change, medical advancement, and affect public policy. You can visit Eric at https://www.facebook.com/FisioLogics/

Eric’s testimonial

“The use of energy medicine, electromedicine, and Electric cell Signal Technology (EcST) in managing pain, increasing circulation, improving neuromuscular reeducation, and muscular function has been well established through scientific findings and peer reviewed research studies. I worked with RST-SANEXAS creating clinical practice guidelines for physical therapy application of external neuromodulation devices with high safety and efficacy profile. My experience working with RST-SANEXAS stimulated my intellectual curiosity in quantum-based electric medicine and advances in integrative health. I had the opportunity to work side by side and learn from great minds in the industry.”

“Today with treating my physical therapy patients, I employ the use of RST-SANEXAS neoGEN® PT device as part of their prescribed treatment protocol. I have noticed improved outcomes in pain relief, improved muscle movement, and joint function. I use a hands-on therapy technique called ElectroMechanical Transduction (EMT), so I can transfer energy waves while I am attached to the device to help stimulate the muscle area at the same time the patient is receiving therapeutic energy waves from the device. This process is essential for many physiological processes, such as muscle contraction, nerve cell signaling, and sensory perception. Through optimal dosing of movement and alternating energy wave programs, I am able to help modulate pain, increase blood flow, maintain range of motion, and improve neuromuscular reeducation. Functional outcomes are unmatched when combined with physical manual therapy and physics quantum-based, Electric cell-Signaling Technology (EcST) delivered by the advanced RST-SANEXAS neoGEN® PT device.” -Eric Manalansan

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For more information about RST-SANEXAS neoGEN® PT and Electric cell-Signaling Technology (EcST) visit www.rstsanexas.com/neogen or www.rstsanexasx.com/science. Your physical therapy patients will thank you.

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