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The ReBuilder Foot PADS!
By using a conductive electrode
which covers the entire plantar surface of the
foot, the ReBuilder signal can be delivered with
the utmost effectiveness. When the foot is
applied flat to the electrode, the signal is
received by all of the individual digits, while
simultaneously stimulating the rest of the foot.
Because the signal is dispersed over a large
area, the signal intensity itself can be
stronger when travelling from foot to foot,
allowing for more effective treatment. Think
of the comparison like walking on snow with or
without snowshoes. Large surface
area dispersion is much better than
concentration into smaller contact patches.
These new ReBuilder Foot Pads
are easy and convenient to use.
conductivity and efficiency,
apply a little water along with
ReBuilder's specially formulated
Electrolyte Solution. To
ready the Foot Pads for use, simply
spray about 5 pumps of water, followed
by 5-6 pumps of the Electrolyte Solution
Just set the
electrodes down on the floor and rest your feet
on them. There is no wear and tear since you
just rest your foot on top, giving them a very
long, effective lifespan. They have a non-skid
rubber backing to prevent any moisture on your
floors. Care and cleaning is very easy. They can
be stored flat or rolled up and secured with a
small Velcro strap, to be stowed away in your ReBuilder carry case.
The ReBuilder Foot Pads are
perfect for home
or travel; practical yet effective.
"... so easy to use!" says
C.R. in California
ReBuilder Foot Pads can
be used in other ways too:
If you have significant
issues focused in the toe area, rest only
the front portion of the foot on the
electrode, slightly elevating the leg with a
pillow behind the knee will lift the heel
above the conductive surface.
For hand treatment, place
both hands flat on the electrodes while they
rest on the table, or your lap.
For hand treatment where
the fingers are more affected, place the
electrodes on your lap, resting just the tips of
the fingers on the electrodes while the arm is
supported by the armrest of a chair.
For relief of painful carpal tunnel syndrome,
place one electrode under the fingertips and
the other under the forearm.
"Why didnít somebody think of this
sooner?! " asks D.G. in New York
These ReBuilder Foot Pads are
made from similar materials to the annular
electrode straps for joint pain and the
conductive garment socks or gloves. They can be
hand washed in warm water and mild detergent (not
Woolite) and hung to dry, or stood on their
side in a dish rack. Do not machine wash
These ReBuilder Foot Pads are
designed to match the specific electrical
parameters of the ReBuilder system, with all the
quality and workmanship you have come to expect
from ReBuilder brand products. They are covered
by a 90 day warranty against defects. The
electrodes come complete with electrolyte to
enhance conductivity, and a leadwire ready to
attach to your ReBuilder 300, 2406 or 2407.
This is a custom product, designed and tested by
our engineering staff to work specifically with
the ReBuilder system, and to provide long term
At only $199 for the complete
kit, they are a great value,
with more diverse application methods. You will
absolutely love the convenience
of the new ReBuilder Foot Pads. We know that if
we make using your ReBuilder easy, you are sure
to do it, and that will bring excellent
"This is the only method I
will ever use, from now on." exclaims M.B.
ReBuilder Foot Pads today !! (ReBuilder stimulator sold separately)
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are not licensed medical professionals, nor do we imply so. We
do not prescribe, diagnose, or provide medical services or
advice in any way.
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and Drug Administration. The information found here is not
intended to diagnose, treat, or cure, disease, and should not be
construed as medical
advice, meant for diagnosing illness, or for prescriptive
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