NES Health’s Total Wellness System is an alternative medical system offered to doctors across America. Find out how the system works today in our review.
What is the Total Wellness System?
The Total Wellness System is a series of alternative health practices available at doctors’ clinics across America. The system was created by NES Health, which is why it’s also advertised under the name Total WellNES System.
The goal of the Total Wellness System is to help doctors “detect and correct patterns of energy in your client’s body”. In order to do that, Total Wellness System uses a three step process, which we’ll talk about below.
How Does NES Health Total Wellness System Work?
The Total Wellness System is based on one unique concept: energy and information control human biology. Over time, energy changes can occur throughout the body, causing information to be blocked and prevented from where it needs to go.
The system is based on ancient medical techniques – including ancient Chinese medical practices and ancient Indian (Ayurvedic) techniques. By combining these techniques with 21st century technologies, Total Wellness System has created a medical system that’s totally unique. They call it “bioenergetics” or “the living matrix”.
The Total Wellness System wants to identify energy changes in patients’ bodies. In order to do that, the system involves a three step process:
Step 1) Re-Assess: Doctors “re-assess the physiology with ProVision”
Step 2) Re-Juvenate: Doctors “re-juvenate” and “unblock the energy-field with the miHealth device”
Step 3) Re-Imprint: Doctors “re-imprint” the information of the body’s control system with “infoceuticals”
Clearly, the steps listed above have a lot of proprietary tools and techniques mentioned in each one. We’ll break down each unique tool below.
ProVision plays a crucial role in step 1 listed above. ProVision is advertised as a way for doctors to re-assess the physiology of their patients. It’s a software program that, within seconds, returns a richly detailed overview of the patient.
That overview includes multiple screens and “physiologically accurate graphics” that let doctors see beyond a patient’s symptoms, and view the information the body really needs in order to heal. Doctors can also see the “distortions in information and clear energy blockages”.
The MiHealth device is used in step 2, mentioned above. The handheld device is described as a powerful and safe way to monitor patient health. MiHealth is about the size of a TV remote. The device uses “the proven benefits of biofeedback and PEMF (Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy) to locate, unblock and release energy blockages. Essentially, it’s a handheld device that delivers magnetic pulses into the body to target sources of pain.
Using this handheld device regularly, doctors can clear energy pathways in the body and allow information to flow throughout the body wherever it needs to go.
We’ve heard of pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals. Now, Total Wellness System wants to introduce you to something called infoceuticals. This is essentially just a series of nutritional supplements that contain different proprietary formulas. The makers of Total Wellness System claim these infoceuticals will bring the body “back to its original and optimal blueprint”.
After your Total Wellness System procedure is complete, you’ll be recommended a series of nutritional supplements (the “infoceuticals”) to speed up your healing process.
Benefits of Total Wellness System
Obviously, Total Wellness System introduces a lot of new health concepts – like “information pathways” and “energy pathways” that can become damaged or broken in your body over time. But what are the concrete benefits you can actually gain through the Total Wellness System? Here are some of the claimed health benefits on the official NES Health website:
- Stimulates the body’s self-healing abilities
- Reduces pain and speeds up healing by stimulating stem cell production
- Regenerates damaged and diseased tissue
- Cures performance issues in healthy people and aids recovery after injury or illness
- Relieves soreness, stiffness, arthritis conditions, and ligament/tendon/muscle/bone injuries
- Improves circulation by opening and dilating arteries throughout the body
- Heals bone fractures and torn tendons
- Enhances the synthesis of protein cells, allowing your body to take advantage of all protein that’s available
- Increases cellular oxygen absorption by 200%
- “Keeps your clients supple, relaxed and fit”
NES Health claims all of these benefits are based on more than 30 years of scientific research, including a decade’s worth of human studies. The company also claims that their system is the future of medical practices, and that it’s a combination of medical technologies for the 21st century.
Scientific Evidence for Total Wellness System
NES Health frequently mentions that their equipment is based on 30 years of scientific research and 10 years of testing in humans.
However, the NES Health and Total Wellness System websites are oddly devoid of any type of evidence proving that the system works as advertised.
However, what we do know about the Total Wellness System is that it’s based on PEMF research – or the pulsed electromagnetic field. In many organisms, PEMF has demonstrated an analgesic effect, which means it reduces pain.
Researchers tested PEMF in a major study published in 2007. That study used a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled structure to determine whether or not PEMF really did have analgesic properties.
Researchers gave participants in this study either PEMF treatment or a sham treatment. At the end of the therapy, researchers concluded that “PEMF may be a novel, safe and effective therapeutic tool for use in at least certain subsets of patients with chronic, nonmalignant pain. Clearly, however, a larger randomized double-blind clinical trial with just FM patients is warranted.” In this study, FM referred to patients with fibromyalgia.
Overall, there’s bene limited research on PEMF treatment in humans, although early research does appear to be promising in terms of providing pain-fighting benefits. NES Health doesn’t publish any studies proving the benefits of their Total Wellness System on their official website, although the company frequently mentions that they’ve appeared on TV shows like The Doctors.
About NES Health
NES Health is based in Scotts Valley, California, which is just south of San Jose.
You can contact the company by email at [email protected] or by phone at (888) 242-5933.
NES Health recently released a documentary called The Living Matrix: A Film on the New Science of Healing. If you sign up to receive more information about the Total Wellness System online, then you’ll get a copy of The Living Matrix for free.
Should You Implement the Total Wellness System Into your Medical Practice?
NES Health is currently seeking doctors who want to add the Total Wellness System into their medical practices. The Total Wellness System uses an interesting blend of technologies that help control the energy and information flows in your body. It’s based on ancient Indian and ancient Chinese medical practices, combined with modern technology like pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) devices.
Overall, we’d like to see more scientific evidence showing that the Total Wellness System can be used to treat patients successfully and help them recover from specific problems. Until we see that information, it’s hard to recommend NES Health’s Total Wellness System.