rst-Sanexas Therapy

Neuropathy is a health condition that causes chronic pain. The peripheral nerves (the nerves in the body, aside from the spinal cord and brain) are damaged and/or not working properly. Neuropathic pain is characterized by sharp pain and numbness in the feet and lower legs or hands, balance and coordinating problems, muscle weakness, and tingling and burning sensations. RST-SANEXAS neoGEN® Electric cell-Signaling Treatments (EcST) can help relieve the pain.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

What is the rst-Sanexas neoGEN Device?

The neoGEN® device is an Electric cell-Signaling device. Electric cell- Signaling Treatment (EcST) refers to the use of electronic signal energy waves produced by an ultra-high digital frequency generator (UHdfg). These therapeutic pulsed energy waves are comfortably and non-invasively delivered directly into the body’s desired anatomical region. The neoGEN–Series® signal energy waves, along with associated harmonic resonance frequencies, are used to physiologically imitate, exhaust or block certain functions of the amacrine, somatic or sympathetic nerve fibers for comprehensive patient treatment success. Even newer research involving electric signal energy waves with expanded and sweeping frequency at a quarter-tone scale rate are referred to as electric signal intonation (ESI).

How often do I need to be treated?

Typically, people are treated 1-2 times per week. However, treatment protocols will depend on the clinic and doctor you are seeing.


Can this treatment make my symptoms feel worse?

With time and treatment, your symptoms may change; this indicates that you’re responding. A common example is how you may have experienced sitting on your foot and having it go numb; once you move, you experience tingling and some discomfort until it goes away. This demonstrates a lack of signaling in those nerves that is trying to restore to normal function. This response typically occurs after about two – three weeks of treatments. When this occurs, it is suggested to continue treatment and not take a break during that time. This window can possibly last a couple days to a week or so.


Should I push myself to take as much energy as I can? Will that help me improve quicker?

More is not always better. In some cases, sensory level dosages are optimum for improvement. It is always suggested to follow the direction of the clinician treating you.