Educational Materials . . .
Here it is! Electric Body, Electric Mind. The video edition of the Alpha-Stim 100 owner’s manual filmed on location at Hammons Heart Institute at St. John’s Regional Health Center in Springfield, Missouri. Learn how to set controls, see samples of protocols for pain management, and learn how easy it is to do cranial electrotherapy stimulation for anxiety, depression and insomnia control. Step-by-step instruction on how to get the best results from the Alpha-Stim 100. Running time 30 minutes.
This new video lecture shows Dr. Daniel L. Kirsch at his best during a sports medicine conference in Toronto, Canada in
Novmeber of 2001. This is the perfect training lecture for the health care community as an introduction to this exciting field or as a refresher course in electromedicine, covering basic theory
and clinical protocols for pain management. 2 hours.
An excellent overview of microcurrent electrical therapy (MET) including the benefits of cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES). Over an hour of tell-it-like-it-is information on these exciting technologies from a true pioneer in the field of electromedicine on audiotape. Running time 63 minutes.
The suppression and manipulation of American Medicine is detailed and chronicled in this exciting exposé. What’s wrong with American Healthcare? Why is one American dying of cancer every minute? What is the solution? The Author’s Rx: a freer market in non toxic therapies, to provide competition to the drug companies and drive their prices down, as only a free market can do. With a free market in non toxics, we would have cancer cures available, including the ones in this book. Chapter 9 features the stories of Robert O. Becker, M.D. and Electromedical Products International. 481 pages, softcover.
The Body Electric
This book tells the fascinating story of the history and development of bioelectricicy. This is the classic on electrobiology by Robert O. Becker, MD, a pioneer in the field of regeneration and its relationship to electrical currents in living things. Dr. Becker challenges the established mechanistic, chemical-oriented understanding of biology. He found clues to the healing process in the long-discarded theory of the 18th-century vitalists that electricity is the control system of all life’s processes. But as exciting as Becker’s discoveries are, pointing to the day when human limbs, spinal cords, and organs may be regenerated after they have been damaged, equally fascinating is the story of Becker’s struggle to do such original work. As his understanding of the effects of electrical forces led him to alert the public to their possible effects, the establishment erected an even higher wall of resistance. This easy to read book is a must for anyone interested in electromedicine. 364 pages, softcover.
Vibrational Medicine for the 21st Century
Doctors are beginning to reconceptualize human beings as more than just bodies of flesh and bones. They are beginning to understand that we possess unique energy systems that help to maintain health. This is the most definitive and intelligent book yet published on the subject of energetic medicine, covering the fields of homeopathic remedies, flower essences, crystal healing, therapeutic touch, acupuncture, radionics, electrotherapy, herbal medicine, psychic healing, and therapeutic radiology. The author, discusses these areas not only with respect to their practice, but with respect to their theory, history, and spiritual philosophy. A great introduction to the alternatives offered by electromedicine. 446 pages, softcover.
For over 30 years, Dr. Björn Nordenström, former chairman of the Nobel Assembly, has utilized concepts in physics, mathematics, chemistry, physiology, and
immunology; combined with massive amounts of experimentation; to describe a system of continuous energy circulation and circulating electrical currents in living systems co-transporting ions and electrons. Dr.
Nordenström demonstrates how circulating currents influence structure and function. He calls this system biologically closed electrical circuits (BCEC). These
Start with Exploring BCEC-Systems (published in 1999). 112 pages hardcover.
Dr. Robert Story’s text is a masterpiece. Using easy to understand language, it takes the reader through the history, science, and philosophy of acupuncture. While it is understandable to the novice, it remains educational for the experienced practitioner. The chapters on the meridians have clearly elucidated information on the most commonly treated acupuncture points with excellent illustrations. Every student of acupuncture needs this book on their shelf. 198 pages, softcover.
The official textbook of the American Academy of Pain Management edited by Dr. Richard S. Weiner (2002 edition). With two chapters by Daniel L.
Kirsch, Ph.D., D.A.A.P.M., F.A.I.S. Chapter 60 (pp. 749-758), Electromedicine: The Other Side of Physiology and Chapter 61, A Practical Protocol for Electromedical Treatment of Pain (pp. 759-776). A
must have for anyone seriously interested in the field of therapeutic electromedicine.