BioElectronics, supplier of pain relief products, initiates consumer awareness program


FREDERICK, Md. — BioElectronics, maker of consumer medical devices and drug-free pain therapies, earlier this week announced that it is participating in upcoming consumer educational events and programs as part of an international campaign to discuss alternative pain modalities.

BioElectronics is participating in “Take Control of Your Pain” day sponsored by the U.S. Pain Foundation on March 9 at the Phoenix Convention Center. Mac Stein, a registered physical therapist, will answer questions and provide information about drug-free treatment of injuries and chronic pain.   

“Consumers should know that physical therapy, especially when augmented with pain-relief devices like those made by BioElectronics can provide significant relief by quickly minimizing pain and reducing swelling," Stein said. "ActiPatch seamlessly integrates with most pain-management programs.” 

ActiPatch was recently picked up for distribution by Boots in the United Kingdom. “ActiPatch brings real innovation to both consumers and customers," stated Paul Screawn, director of GRO-International, European Brand Managers. “The innovation and the consumer benefits of long lasting, safe and affordable pain relief gained the interest of the Boots team. Their input and guidance has been invaluable in ensuring the brand is relevantly positioned to grow in the United Kingdom and broader European markets."

Additional upcoming installments of BioElectronics educational program on Google Plus News, “Get Out of Pain,” will feature a panel of medical experts providing consumer-level education highlighting drug-free pain treatment.  


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