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Educational talk about a device called the Alpha Stim

Invite to a talk Monday, April 22nd 6:30-8:00 pm on the Alpha Stim device

I want to invite you all to an educational talk given by the medical director of a company that manufactures a product called the Alpha Stim. I am currently learning more about the device and have seen some incredible results in my patients. The device has been around for years and has widespread use in the military. It is FDA cleared for pain, insomnia, depression, and anxiety, and has also been used successfully in several other conditions including ADHD, autism, & fibromyalgia.
I have personally had three patients respond very well to it and two parents with postoperative pain who were nearly free of pain within the 20-minute treatment period.

There is ongoing research for kids with ADHD, autism, and much more. I am organizing this talk simply because I want to learn more about how it works, specifically and what are the long-term benefits. (I have no ties to this company, financial or otherwise). There are very few side effects and in some instances may be either an adjunct or a replacement for medication. I can see huge implications for postoperative pain, especially in patients with addiction issues. The medical director is based out of Texas but will be in NC to do some work at Ft. Bragg. He graciously offered to spend some time in Charlotte to do this talk. Feel free to take a look at the website to get a better understanding.

Please pass this along to anyone other practitioners you may think are interested.

Jeffrey Marksberry, MD
Science and Education Director
Electromedical Products International, Inc

Charlotte Clinical Educator
Jack White

6:30-8:00 pm


Matthews Woman's Club Service League Clubhouse
208 S. Trade Street
Matthews NC 28105


Sheila Kilbane, MD

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  • aa

    The presenter was knowledgeable and gave plenty of time for questions.

    April 22, 2013

  • Melanie B.

    Informative, supportive, professional, and timely

    April 22, 2013

  • Melanie B.

    I have used Alph-stim with more than 300 Veterans as part of a chronic pain program over the last three years. I am currently incorporating Alpha-stim into my private practice at Carolinas Biofeedback Clinic.

    April 21, 2013

  • Bob MacCaughelty, P.

    I have used Sota Intruments Bio-Tuner 7 cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) device personally and in my practce for several years. It is a competitor of Alpha Stim. I'm inviting Mary Anne to come as well. Thanks for setting this up.

    April 10, 2013

  • Yadi A.

    Looking forward to learn a little something new

    April 16, 2013

  • Sheila Kilbane, M.

    We may be changing the location of this talk to Matthews due to the number of people interested in attending. I will send out a notice if this happens! Thanks, Sheila

    April 11, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Apologies Thought this was an online event. Did not read the whole invitation Will not be at the live event Hope you have a great evening

    April 10, 2013

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