Electroceutical Therapy Focus of Open House and Educational Dinner Event
Apr 01, 2019 10:53AM
Retired surgeon, Deborah A. Martinez, MD, is holding an Open House for her new health and wellness office at her South Hill location on April 23 from 3 to 6 p.m. Immediately following the event, she is hosting an educational dinner presentation for physicians interested in learning more about the developing new field of “electroceuticals.” BEMER, the advanced medical technology offered in her office, is an electroceutical industry leader.
“I decided to provide services featuring Bio Electro-Magnetic Energy Regulation (BEMER) technology because of the profound results I personally experienced,” says Martinez. “Sound research supporting any medical device I decide to champion is important to me and the research surrounding this technology is internationally-recognized and is as credible as it gets.”
Reported BEMER benefits include improved whole-body blood flow, heart function, energy, stress reduction and sleep. “It is important to remember BEMER is a complementary therapy and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical care,” Martinez emphasizes. “Free sessions will be offered during the Open House. The dinner presentation is intended to provide Spokane physicians with an opportunity to become informed about a complementary therapy their patients will be asking about, if they haven’t already.” Location: 2020 E. 29th Ave., Ste. 225. Physicians RSVP for dinner presentation to 509-724-3946. Mention this news brief for a free 5-Day BEMER Challenge (a $125 value). For more information, call or visit bmruniversity.com/whatisbemer.