Advanced Technology Provides Additional Treatment Alternatives
Interestingly, the first history of electrotherapy was in 46 AD by the physician of a Roman senator.
– Chip Fisher
tACS – Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulator – A Tool For The Mind
Chip Fisher, New York, New York, is President and CEO of Fisher Wallace Laboratories, manufacturers of the Fisher Wallace Stimulator, a non-invasive home use medical device which treats depression, anxiety, and insomnia, as well as different forms of chronic pain using a mild form of electrotherapy. Chip brings an additional peer-reviewed, FDA cleared technology for a variety of refractory conditions. I can tell you with no hesitation his Fisher Wallace device has worked surprisingly well for patients with dramatic treatment failure after a wide variety of medications with additional intervention strategies and is definitely worth your review.
Even more importantly for listeners at CBJ, he is smart, entertaining and focused on useful information to proved improved understanding for this interesting device that holds much promise for treatment failure.
More About CES | tACS Stimulator – CES: Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation
Cleared by the FDA, The Fisher Wallace Stimulator provides accessible and cost-effective treatment for depression and anxiety. During each 20-minute treatment session (once or twice a day), the device stimulates the brain to produce serotonin while lowering cortisol (the stress hormone). N.B. Patients should not reduce or cease taking antidepressant medication without first speaking to their doctor.
Treat Symptoms with Advanced Technology
Designed collaboratively by world-class engineers and physicians, the Fisher Wallace Stimulator® uses patented waveforms to gently stimulate the brain to produce serotonin and other neurochemicals responsible for healthy mood and sleep. Unlike antidepressant medication that inhibits neuronal receptors from absorbing serotonin, the Fisher Wallace Stimulator® enables the brain to produce serotonin naturally while improving the brain’s ability to regulate the limbic system. See the links below for specific comments.
Brief personal endorsement: I’ve personally witnessed significant improvements with this device and do recommend it for several types of patients after medical review:
- Veterans with anxiety, sleep, addiction, and PTSD symptoms – See our Vets Page here.
- Those who remain philosophically firm on “no psychiatric medications.”
- Treatment refractory clients who face the challenge of poor response to multiple trials of medications.
- See details here.
Chip Fisher: Here At CBJ/087
- My father founded Fisher Radio and perfected the stereo phonograph
- How it works
- The history of electrotherapy dates back to Roman times
- The difference between tACS and ECT
- The difference between tACS and TMS
- Relevance of tACS for PTSD & TBI starting post 9-11
- Relevance of tACS for addiction medicine
- Cortisol, insomnia and tACS
- Applications of tACS in this opioid/addiction crisis
- Pain treatment, migraines, fibromyalgia options with tACS
- Notes on Lyme, Cerebral Palsy and other challenges
- The Fisher Wallace Details.
Chip Fisher review at TEDx Beacon Street – 5:59 min
- Published Research Multiple Conditions Reference
- The Rise of Cranial Electrotherapy Psychiatric Times – Stephen Xenakis MD
Additional Treatment Tools: Previous CBJ Interviews
As you well know, every guest here at CBJ reports on their perspective of measurable, underlying, overlooked factors that can lead to stigma, dogma, labels and treatment failure. These several posts focus on Additional Treatment Tools. See the references at each of these pages.
- Dr. Aaron Tendler – dTMS Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation – http://corebrainjournal.com/003
- Alex Domain – Music Heals – http://corebrainjournal.com/046
- Dave Siever – Audio Visual Entrainment – http://corebrainjournal.com/062
- Dr. George Lindenfeld – Neuromodulated Sound – http://corebrainjournal.com/063
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Next CoreBrain Journal Guest
088 Matthew Powell – Master of self-improvement and master of the martial arts, Matt is a training authority who connects human motion and human motivation. The author of five industry-leading books, two dozen instructional videos, hundreds of online tutorial videos, featured on tv and in magazines around the globe, Matt is respected internationally for his works on learning and teaching. Matt focuses on expanding and adapting his considerable martial arts experience to focus on personal growth. In this Episode, Matt addresses the interesting parallel process-challenges between the training room and real life to improve people’s lives – not just martial arts students, but everyone who wants to improve their thinking, their psychological well-being, and themselves.
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