What is Acuscope?


The Acuscope is a highly sophisticated electronic medical instrument which scans and then treats many types of conditions.  Acuscope is a type of energy medicine that stimulates the nervous system to treat and clear any blocked nerve transmissions.  This energy is called “bio-identical electricity”. This allows your body to restore itself to a normal state.

How does it work?

The instrument establishes a two way communication between your   internal circuit and the area being treated. Acuscope measures such things as tissue conductivity which is generally slow or blocked in areas of chronic problems and high in areas of acute pain or inflammation. Acuscope therapy treats by introducing gentle waveform patterns identical to the body’s own electrical currents. This allows your body to be more effective in the work of self repair.

Acuscope provides a natural and effective solution to pain management!

How Long Does a Treatment Take?

Each treatment will take 30 minutes to 45 minutes, depending on the extent of the problem and the number of treatments you have already had. After several treatments, less time is required to boost nerve conductivity level and bring cells to a “fully charged” capacity.

How long does the relief last?

The results are cumulative; that is, the benefits accumulate over time. Once a healthier state is achieved, your results will last longer and longer with each additional treatment.

After a series of treatments, many people have permanent relief and never need another treatment for the same condition. Some people with chronic conditions may need booster treatments.

How Many Treatments Do I Need?

This will depend if your condition is acute or chronic. Acute injuries heal much faster and need fewer treatments. While chronic injuries require longer therapy. This is a natural alternative to the conventional  pain management  which includes drugs to  block the pain. Typically someone will need 7-12 treatments.

Conditions Treated


PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)


Panic Attacks

Chronic Pain

ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)


Head Injuries