What does PIBCOA stand for?
The Pain, Injury and Brain Centers of America.
What is unique about PIBCOA treatments?
PIBCOA treatments are not medicine as usual. We at PIBCOA use our unique understanding of how a healthy body functions and proven state-of-the-art technology to attempt to restore your health and vitality. Your pain or disease does not have to define your way of life, even when you’ve been led to believe you have no other options. We attempt to treat the symptoms associated with pain, diseases and conditions that are broadly considered untreatable.
What diseases and conditions can PIBCOA treat?
We don’t treat diseases and conditions, per-se, however, we treat the symptoms associated. We treat the symptoms associated with a wide variety of conditions such as concussions, sports injuries, neck and back pain, migraines, chronic conditions such as Fibromyalgia, Lupus, arthritis, addiction, Autism, ADHD, Crohn’s Disease, depression, insomnia and many more. PIBCOA treatments attempt to reduce pain, increase range of motion, treat diseases, and accelerate post-surgical healing much more quickly than other treatment approaches.
Why can PIBCOA treat the untreatable?
Most traditional medical practices treat the body from a chemical perspective, using pharmaceuticals or invasive surgeries. At PIBCOA, we use our deep understanding of cellular function in a healthy body to attempt to treat the body from an electrical or physics standpoint. We treat diseases by attempting to increase the body’s ability to produce more electricity. We treat injuries and pain by attempting to fix electrical disruptions in the body.
How do PIBCOA treatments and technology work?
Injuries cause electrical disruptions in the body, and diseases occur when our bodies are not producing enough electricity. When our cells do not receive enough electricity to perform their normal function, they begin to degenerate. Our state-of-the-art technology attempts to detect both the electrical disruptions and degenerative cells, and then attempts to recharge the cells and restore them back to their fully functioning and regenerative state. This increases the body’s ability to heal itself!
Why isn’t the PIBCOA approach used by doctors everywhere?
Honestly, most doctors do not know about it. Their extensive education and training are focused on treating the body from a chemical perspective using pharmaceutical or invasive surgeries. Typically, the developer or manufacturer of a new medical technology or drug invests thousands or millions of dollars into research, studies, and marketing to bring their technology or discovery to the public. This did not happen for the technology used by PIBCOA. PIBCOA’s mission is to change that and make this treatment approach available to the public.
My chiropractor uses an electrical stimulation device. Is that the same technology as used by PIBCOA?
No, it is usually not. PIBCOA’s technology is very sophisticated. Not only does it attempt to read the electrical conductivity in the body and identify electrical disruptions and inflammation, it also has artificial intelligence allowing it to recalibrate itself 100 times a second and send exactly the right amount of electricity needed by the cells.
Can the treatments hurt me in any way?
PIBCOA treatments are safe for most patients. Patients might feel a slight tingling during the treatments. Most patients have no side-effects, but if there are any they are usually minimal such as a slight headache or nausea.
How many treatments would I need?
Treatment plans consist of one-hour to one-hour and fifteen minute treatments, 4-5 days per week for a short period of time, typically between 2-12 weeks depending on the severity of your condition. Certain very severe conditions may take longer than 12 weeks to treat, and we make accommodations for these situations.
What can I expect in my first visit to PIBCOA?
Your medical practitioner or a PIBCOA-licensed practitioner will conduct a thorough review of your medical history with you to make sure you are a good candidate for PIBCOA treatments. When you come for your first PIBCOA treatment, your clinician will advise you about the Do’s and Don’ts to ensure best results and perform your first treatment. You may feel sleepy after the first treatment and may feel a little sick to your stomach or lightheaded. These are both normal and good signs. The treatment is attempting to rid the degenerate cells of their trapped waste products and toxins and flush them out of your body. The little sickness you might feel usually goes away after the first 24-48 hours.
How soon will I feel better?
Most of our patients start to feel significant relief in the first 1-3 treatments.
I was hurt in an auto accident or at work. Can PIBCOA help me?
We can help you get authorization from your auto insurance company or attorney to pay for treatments. If you were injured at work and have a worker’s compensation case, we can work with your employer and attorney to obtain payment for treatments.
Do you accept insurance, Medicare or Medicaid?
It depends on if your clinic’s location bills insurance, who your insurance company is, what your insurance plan is, and whether you’ve met your deductible. Most of our patients pay for their treatments, and we provide a super bill for them to claim reimbursement from their insurance company. You can also use Health Savings Account or Flexible Spending Account funds.