Baro-Therapies introduces portable barometric therapy device for pain, inflammation

Baro-Therapies, Inc. has announced the national launch of The Rejuvenator, a portable barometric therapy device that provides drug-free relief from inflammatory pain and neurological conditions using elevated barometric pressure.

“The development of this new device has been a labor of love for me and my family, and we now have the chance to help millions who suffer from pain, inflammation and their sometimes devastating side effects”

The Rejuvenator is a tent-like enclosure that can be easily assembled anywhere. It works by safely increasing the barometric pressure by about five percent, which is equivalent to the air pressure found at the level of the Dead Sea in the Middle East, about 1,300 feet below sea level.

Unlike hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) chambers, The Rejuvenator does not use supplemental oxygen, which requires careful monitoring by a qualified medical attendant. This design makes The Rejuvenator safer, less expensive and easier to use while still delivering the same therapeutic benefits.

"There's a strong need for a compressed air treatment method without the claustrophobic HBOT chamber and the introduction of volatile pure oxygen," said Hollis Risley, president of Baro-Therapies, Inc. and developer of The Rejuvenator. "With The Rejuvenator, people who suffer from inflammation and pain experience relief through exposure to elevated pressure. Their entire body is being compressed, which research has shown leads to improved circulation and respiration, resulting in decreased swelling, nerve agitation and pain."

Risley, an engineer by profession and an ex Green Beret, said The Rejuvenator has been used in more than 750,000 treatments with no known side effects. The typical treatment regimen is two 30-minute sessions per day to reduce pain, inflammation and swelling associated with a number of diseases and conditions, including autism, arthritis, fibromyalgia and migraine headaches. The Rejuvenator has been used for injured military service members, to treat sports-related injuries, reduce post-surgical pain and swelling, and to accelerate healing.

"The development of this new device has been a labor of love for me and my family, and we now have the chance to help millions who suffer from pain, inflammation and their sometimes devastating side effects," said Risley.

The Rejuvenator unit can be ordered online, used at home or any suitable location and assembled in about 15 minutes. Users can read, relax, eat, surf the Internet, watch TV or even sleep during treatments.

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