Get results for people who have pain, fatigue, injury or sleep problems.
With an Action Potential Simulation Therapy machine, you can get good results for people with pain, injury, fatigue or sleep problems, even sometimes when other treatment has not worked. This is immensely satisfying, and you can find a growing list of successfully treated conditions in Testimonials.
A machine can be used as a stand-alone treatment, or to enhance the results and staying power of hands-on therapies, and you don’t need to have a certain qualification to learn how to help people with an APS Therapy machine.
There is a growing number of clinical research papers on APS Therapy, and reports of other benefits in addition to pain relief – improvements to mood, flexibility, sleep quality, energy, concentration and general wellness.
APS Therapy can also be offered, like any therapy, with the full assistance and attention of a practitioner, either in a clinic room, or the client’s own home. Or, you can run:
A clinic is a great way for a machine to add value to your business, because most people can easily manage the treatment themselves. If you have space for a chair and a little surface, and an accessible space, you can run a clinic.
Renting machines out is another great way to do good, help clients, and generate healthy income streams, with a swift return on investment; it also makes things very easy.
Enjoyable one day workshop covering the theory and practice of APS Therapy. 10am-5pm
Introduction to APS Therapy
Action Potentials – what they are, what they do
How APS therapy works
Inflammation and injury
Research into APS Therapy
Results of our research
12.15 – 12.45 – break
Light lunch supplied, there is also an M&S garage down the road, and a Premier Inn within 3 minutes walk.
12:45 - 17:00
Safe screening of pain
Assessment using outcome measurements
Creating treatment plans
Practical session; working in pairs
Different applications & accessories
Cases study questions
Running a clinic
Miranda Olding is a Clinical Nurse Specialist with a specialism in MS, special interests in pain, health promotion and stress management, and over 25 years of expereince in nursing in long term conditions.
She also has a background in holistic health, including qualifications in HeartMath biofeedback, Bach Flower remedies and Educational Kinesiology.
Since 2013, she has headed up APS Therapy in the UK, as the sole trainer and distributor of APS Therapy in the UK, and director of Painfree Potential.
She is involved with research into APS Therapy and welcomes connecting with interested inidividuals and organisations!
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