WE UNIT KNOWLEDGE, EXPERTISE AND HOW TO ENCOURAGE THE CLINIC
MASSIVE ADDED VALUE
OPEN YOUR AUTONOMOUS NERVOUS SYSTEM REHABILITATION UNIT
At NESA WORLD® one of our core values and part of our
daily obsession is to give massive added value in the clinic.
From the perspective of:
REGISTRATION AND VALUATION
INTEGRATION INTO THE CLINIC MODEL
COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION
Sleep Expert 4SleepDrive®
Join the 4SleepDrive® method and become an expert sleep professional.
Teamwork among all specialists in addressing and recording sleep is our premise.
It is part of the continuous training, efficient and easy to establish in your daily clinical practice and the best thing: that it is in constant evolution from the perspective of knowledge and implementation in the clinic.
Objectively recording and addressing patients' stress and anxiety
Mastering the level of well-being of patients in an objective and registered way is essential, from biochemical markers such as cortisol, validated and specific tests for each case, sleep actigraphy; You will be able to see the evolution of your patients' quality of life and help them from the first moment.
Master Chronic Pain
Have an expertise in the recognition and functioning of corticalized chronic pain, having a deep knowledge about the physiology of pain and tools to be able to objectify the evolution of your patient. Pre and post treatment of non-invasive NESA® neuromodulation.
Know the Dysfunctions of the Overactive Bladder
Recognize the causes of overactive bladder and its approach with non-invasive NESA® neuromodulation, collaborating intrinsically with experts in the pelvic floor, urology and gynecology.
Develop an Autonomic Nervous System Rehabilitation Unit in your clinic effectively
Better results for your patients
Creating a rehabilitation unit of the autonomic nervous system is based on clinical experience with non-invasive NESA® neuromodulation, to integrate the knowledge acquired through specialized training in constant evolution.
It is important to understand that everything will depend on your integration of the technology application model in the clinic. It is essential to follow the protocols that currently work for the different models of clinical integration and adapt to the different speeds of training of clinical staff.
IMPROVE YOUR RESULTS
Your clinic will be able to address dysfunctions of the autonomic nervous system and can help this spectrum of dysfunctions / pathologies of your patients:
They will improve many of the neuropathic pains (post-operative, etc) and pains corticalized (central sensitization syndromes, Sudeck, etc)
IMPROVEMENT OF SLEEP QUALITY, STRESS AND ANXIETY
You can mainly help insomnia, parasomnias and hypersomnias. Increased the quality of sleep, not the quantity but the quality, the increase in the NON-REM and REM phases during the sleep phase sleep.
And we are also referring to the substantial reduction of cortisol levels and regulation of HRV from the patients.
FATIGUE REDUCTION AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT
Focus mainly on chronic fatigue or acute fatigue from physical exertion (“sports”) and also when we talk about performance, we mean the increase in slow brain waves (“alpha and delta”) in the prefrontal and parietal cortex (PMID: 32629506 -Epub 2020 Jul 6.) (Rico, P., & Aranguren, P. (2016). Superficial neurostimulation application, alpha rhythm and clinical effects.
IMPROVEMENT OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER
The reduction of the nocturnal voiding diary of people with urinary incontinence will be a profile as a regular patient once you have the first results. It should not be forgotten that the prevalence of overactive bladder in Spain is 6 % of women between 25 and 64 years old, and 4.6 % in men between 50 and 64 years (15). In the same study, in people older than 65 years institutionalized, the figures were significantly higher, with a prevalence of almost 40 % in women and 35 % in men (Prevalence of urinary incontinence and hyperactive Bladder in the Spanish population: results of the EPICC study. Actas Urol Esp. 2009;33:159-66).
INHIBITION OF MUSCLE TONE AND IMPROVEMENT OF MECHANOTRANSDUCTION
The inhibition of the tone and the improvement of the mechanotransduction of the tissue is what you will perceive in the application of active therapy with non-invasive NESA® neuromodulation helping patients Manual therapy processes in patient rehabilitation.
Economically boost your clinic by improving services and expanding the profile of patients you can help.
The most important thing for us is that any investment made in us can be amortized and bear fruit in the shortest possible time; through the materialization of direct actions that enhance the work and optimize the services in the clinic.
We are characterized by facilitating all clinical knowledge from day one through digital documentation and through the online campus to obtain clinical results as soon as possible. Also having direct access to the resolution of doubts by the entire human team of NESA WORLD®.
We also help to ensure that all physical and digital communication material for the web, social networks, etc. is adapted to be able to publicize technology in the clinic.
As soon as the technology arrives, we provide the guidelines that work for other health professionals for the implementation of services and how to offer them to clients who need them in the most efficient way. And finally, we do not stop updating ourselves so that this gradually improves.
Currently the numbers indicate the large population that we can help
- Corticalized chronic pain affects at least 10 percent of the world population, approximately 60 million people, with estimates of the prevalence of chronic pain closer to 20-25 percent in some countries and regions. One in 10 more people develop chronic pain each year worldwide.
- Nearly half of all Westerners say they feel sleepy during the day three to seven days a week.
- It is believed that the 40% of people with insomnia are also affected by a mental health disorder.
- Around 75% of adults with depression suffer from insomnia
- Approximately 80% of people who take prescription drugs for sleep experienced residual effects such as falling asleep, feeling groggy or have difficulty concentrating the next day.
- Up to 30 percent of men and 40 percent of women in the West live with symptoms of overactive bladder.
(The Global Burden Of Chronic Pain. ASA Newsletter June 2014, Vol. 78, 24–27)
(National Health Interview Survey, United States, 2017–2018. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly R.ep 2019;68:1150.)
(Schwab, RJ (2020, June). MSD Manual Consumer Version: Insomnia and Excessive D.Aytime Sleepiness (EDS). Retrieved October 22, 2020, from)National Sleep Foundation. (2020, March 7).
(Medscape. What is the global prevalence of overactive bladder (OAB) internationally? Updated: Jan 21, 2021. Author: Pamela I Ellsworth, MD; Chief Editor: Edward David Kim, M.D.)
Education tailored to your needs
We try to ensure that the academic information is directed for maximum utility based on your specialty and needs.
From basic levels with NESA® technology, Online Campus of NESA® clinical guidelines, plus the knowledge provided by the NESA® University Expert, there are enough tools to get the 90% out of the neuromodulation of the autonomic nervous system for your clinical specialty.
But you also have specialized training such as training on the 4SleepDrive® method where your clinic will be raised to another level in the rehabilitation of your patients' sleep and enhance your clinical results.
The NESA WORLD® team does not stop working with the best specialists in different areas that are being investigated through clinical trials for the development of specialized training and expanding knowledge based on scientific evidence.