TECAR THERAPY to Take Away your Pain Permanently

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Tecar Therapy is an efficient therapy. This therapy stimulates the natural wound healing property of the body by delivering energy transcutaneously deep inside the targeted tissues. It is very popular among professional sports teams, hospitals and various clinics across Europe for accelerated healing process and very quick pain relief.

Various medical studies (82 papers and studies) have supported TECAR Therapy in terms. It is also used by popular football club Barcelona and also by French Tennis Federation. This therapy is very effective especially for  Neck, Back, Knee & Shoulder Pain.

The key benefits of CRET (Tecar) Therapy are

  1. Speed up your pain reduction in comparison to other electro therapies
  2. Boost your natural healing mechanisms of the body and eventually reduce the recovery time
  3. It eliminates any need of painkillers, physiotherapy, injections or acupuncture.
  4. Speeds up the recovery process
  5. Capable of improve chronic conditions
  6. Helps in reducing pain from the very first application
  7. Aids in rehabilitation of soft and hard tissues
  8. It is highly safe to use


The best part about the therapy is it’s external application. This non-invasive form of medication  employs patented long wave radio frequencies to generate intense tissue stimulation.


Shock wave therapy Treatment Possibilities and Opportunities


Shock wave Therapy is used to treat a growing number of tendon, joint and muscle conditions.

Shockwave is an acoustic wave which carries high energy to painful spots and myoskeletal tissues with subacute, subchronic and chronic conditions. The energy promotes regeneration and reparative processes of the bones, tendons and other soft tissues.
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Zestora mobile app is telehealth at everyone’s disposal


Everyday pain conditions can now be easily addressed.

Singaporean consumers are in need for cost-effective solutions for common chronic pain conditions (i.e. arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, tears, slip discs, and sports injuries).

Even today in the modern age of medicine, many people still suffer from chronic pain that is not optimally treated. According to the Ministry of Health (MOH) in 2010, middle-aged Singaporeans have a significantly worse quality of life due to musculoskeletal conditions.

With generally poor retail store sales in Singapore coupled with the shift to e-Commerce and m-Commerce, it is not just typical electronics and fashion but also healthcare products that are bought online. With major initiatives like Silver Infocomm Curriculum, senior citizens are getting in on the action just like the youth.

Zestora is created to ensure affordable mobile health solutions is available at everyone’s disposal. Continue Reading…

Treating and Recovering from Achilles Injury


The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body and one of the more difficult injuries to treat in a runner. As a sports medicine podiatrist there are only a few injuries that lead me to advise runners that they have to take time off; Achilles tendinopathy is one of those diagnoses. The proper medical terminology no longer includes tendinitis when discussing injury of this tendon. A landmark paper in 1976 showed that under microscopic examination the injured Achilles tendon shows no inflammatory cells within the tendon but rather degeneration; therefore, tendinitis is not the proper term. This has led to a greater understanding in the treatment of this injury. Read More

6 Myths About Joint Pain and Arthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA), one of the most common forms of arthritis, results from wear and tear of the cartilage that cushions the joints, typically after an injury or with advancing age.
Also called degenerative joint disease, OA usually develops over years, and symptoms include pain, stiffness, tenderness, a limited range of motion and may cause a grating sensation during movement. The pain usually is worse after activity and ranges in severity from person to person. Go for full article…

What is Collagen.What to do to increase its production


Collagen is the major component of connective tissue in the body it’s about a quarter of our body mass, and is found in skin, muscle, tendons, etc. Collagen helps cartilage to retain water and cushion the joints.

Following activities increase your collagen production substantially and help you prevent joint pain and deterioration.
1.Facial Massage
2.Collagen Creams
3.Quit Smoking(and sugar)
4 Stay hydrated
5 Try Supplement…Read here for Details

More detailed information is also available at Zestora App

All your Pain Solution are ready to be delivered FREE with Zestora App at Apple App Store  and Google Play Store .