26/10/2005

IDT France

Full range of electronic patches to change your life

In 2005, electronical stimulation has gone beyond the common sector of muscles and is firmly implanted in a variety of other health specialties that until now, were without adequate solutions, the reason of this evolution is its simplicity, innocuousness, efficiency and above all, precision against new targets.

In many cases, this biotherapy opens new possibilities for resaerch and new therapeutic opportunities, and it is already accepted as an indisputable complement to existing conventional treatment.

So far, in the treatment of Parkinson's disease, French CNRS researchers in ORSAY have demonstrated that percutaneous electrical stimulation of cerebral cortex, is effective against akinesa or musculat stiffness that up to now was incapacitating and without any real remedy. It also has permitted a recovery of mobility.
Moreover, there is hope for the treatment of constantly increasing DMLA (Age-related Macular Degeneration) responsible for blindness in poeple over 65 years of age. Consequently, electrical treatment of the optic nerve triggered the perception of clarity and even the ability to make a distinction between different objects.

Innovative scientific works of IDT France using electrical stimulation for human health has established an increasing consensus in France and global markets as witnessed by the emerging cooperation with major groups. The innovative company with its know-how is now recognized as a leader in a new market and new specialized electrical therapies, very much in demand. The variety of devices is affluent. They selectively target various domains of health and everyday life. They can be used to alleviate pain, stress, neck stiffness, chronic lumbagos, complications related to tobacco withdrawal,Bell's palsy,... or cosmetically for cellulite or wrinkles.

With the arrival of new innovative patches, the success of those already existing indicates, on one part, satisfaction and on other an increasing demand and need, by an informed society in constant change, to seek simple but effective and ecological new treatment.