The Sound of Pain Relief

Sound waves can actually relieve joint pain! The technology known as SAM (aka Sustained Acoustic Medicine) can help you feel your best and treat joint pain without medication.

Heal yourself from the inside with a deep-penetrating laser treatment in just five minutes!

This state-of-the-art laser system, which was designed by a colleague of Causenta’s Founder & CEO Dr. Tom Incledon, is very impressive. It is a joint pain treatment that works in one five-minute session!

This is not a tanning bed. This bed actually increases your energy and helps with recovery.

At first glance, the NovoTHOR machine can be mistaken for a tanning bed, but this technology is really a healthy tool for wellness and regeneration. The NovoTHOR emits red and near-infrared light therapy to increase stamina, boost energy, reduce inflammation, and help you feel better overall.

Can’t sleep? Don’t want to take medicine? Don’t worry, we have a solution. 

You can experience relief from chronic stress or insomnia with Halo. And, its electromagnetic field energy stimulates cells, which can boost healing in muscles and bones.

How can technology assist with treating neuropathy after chemotherapy?

Neuropathy is a term used to categorize symptoms patients can experience due to damage in the nerves that lead away from the brain and spinal cord. These nerves directly impact movement in the extremities.

Urethral Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

This cancer affects the tissues in of the urethra, the tube that brings urine from the #bladder to the outside of the body. There are three primary kinds of urethral cancer, including squamous cell carcinoma, transitional cell carcinoma, and adenocarcinoma.

Thyroid Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom

Did you know that Thyroid Cancer is on a steady rise in the United States? Do YOU know where your Thyroid is located? Do you know what it controls?

Spinal Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

Spinal Cancer affects the vertebrae of the spinal cord and it forms tumors that can lead to difficulty of walking, numbness, or even paralysis.

Vaginal and Vulva Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

Vaginal cancer is a rare female cancer that occurs in the cells that line the vaginal surface, which is also known as the birth canal. Squamous cell carcinoma, adenocarcinoma, melanoma, and #sarcoma are all types of vaginal cancer.

Ovarian Cancer: Ask Doctor Tom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

Ovarian cancer usually goes unnoticed until it has spread into the abdomen and pelvis, which makes it harder to treat and many times deadly. Ovarian cancer types include germ cell tumors, stromal tumors, and epithelial tumors.