Health is not valued until sickness comes.
Thomas Fuller
English historian 1608 – 1661

Transeva Machine

Through study, observation and testimonies of people receiving Transeva treatments, I have become convinced of it’s benefit in practice. I have been unimpressed in the past with some of the other machines used in the field, so have been surprisingly impressed by Transeva’s efficacy and therefore decided to add it to the practice’s scope of treatment. It is an excellent adjunct to Chiropractic treatment and is very effective in the treatment of chronic musculoskeletal and nervous conditions. It works through electrical stimulus of the targeted nerves and muscles causing nerve conduction and muscular contraction. It has even been used to help people with paralysis walk with assistance. I am currently treating a patient with Bell’s Palsy and they are benefiting greatly from the treatment.
The Transeva prototype was originally designed by Sir Charles Strong (1940’s) to treat horses and was later refined (1980) and used to treat horses in the royal stable in England – for which he received his knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II. The machine has since been adapted to treat humans and is still getting exceptional results.

The following conditions are treated with Transeva:

  • Tendons
  • Joints
  • Pains and strains
  • Dislocation
  • Bell’s palsy
  • Sinusitis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Nerve injuries
  • Haematoma
  • Fibrositis