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Biological Cell Regulation (BCR) Therapy: A Cutting-edge Solution for Interventional Pain Management

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BCR therapy has emerged as a cutting-edge solution for interventional pain management by using microcurrent to enhance cell regulation. Keep scrolling to learn more about BCR therapy and its role in pain management and other health treatments.


No More Chronic Pain! Breaking the Chains and Living a Pain-free Life With BCR Therapy

What Is Biological Cell Regulation (BCR) Therapy?


Biological cell regulation therapy, or BCR therapy, is an electron therapy that involves using bio-cybernetics to regulate and restore metabolic processes on a cellular level, producing cascading effects in the body depending on the treatment type and health goals.


How BCR Therapy Works

The core mechanism of BCR therapy is exploiting the technology of microcurrent therapy and nano-photonic LED light (cell light) to increase the treatment efficacy.

A BCR machine comprises gel electro pads, hand electrodes, and a cell light applicator. Health providers penetrate microcurrent by sticking the pads or touching the skin surface with the tips of hand electrodes. Depending on the treatment, they might use hand electrodes after gel application or only treat with hand electrodes if in a hurry.

There are two types of cell lights for BCR therapy: red LED light and blue LED light. When treating conditions with cell light, point it directly to the affected area. Blue LED light is proven to regulate inflammation, promote blood flow, improve oxygen supply, and stimulate the production of nitric oxide (NO). Red LED light can increase intracellular ATP, increase cytochrome C oxidase, improve cell activity, and increase DNA and RNA activity.

As the body cells carry optimal communication through electromagnetic signaling, microcurrent targets the injured areas using electrical currents in various frequencies. Much like microcurrent therapy, BCR therapy utilizes microcurrent to reset the body’s electromagnetic field, supporting the healing process and improving health in the long run.


BCR Therapy: The Basics of Application

BCR therapy has three applications depending on each person’s requirements and health needs.


1 Application of Electro Gel Pads


When treating a condition with electrode gel pads, the application area includes A-channel and B-channel, with A being the therapy channel and B being the lymph drainage channel. While the function of the A-channel is regenerating cells, the B-channel disperses the waste produced by the A-channel in the process.

A-channel is applied over the target area with a B-channel crossing against the A-channel. Each cable connecting each pad is split into two wires in black and red (black is negative, red is positive).

During the treatment, the position of four gel pads will form an “x” or “+” across the body, with the target of treatment being intersected by two pathways formed by A-channel and B-channel. When the position is finished, the doctor will select the program closest to the condition and start the treatment.


2 Application of Hand Electrode

Treating conditions with hand electrodes is effective at the skin level, such as muscles and skin issues. Two handles are split into red and black. During the treatment, the doctor will keep the tips of hand electrodes on the skin surface while moving them around the treatment target. A gel may be used to help doctors better glide the tips better on the skin. You may experience tingling feelings, but it shouldn’t be too much to bear. If it is too painful, water can help relieve the tension. It also smoothes the friction between the skin and the metal tips.

While treatments using gel pads typically last around 25 minutes, the operation of hand electrodes is shorter, making it a better alternative to gel pads when patients are in a hurry. However, patients can expect instant relief and visible results following the treatment. BCR therapy using hand electrodes is popular for skin rejuvenation, which helps diminish wrinkles and fine lines and tighten saggy skin.


3 Application of Cell Light


The application of cell light is non-invasive. The treatment recruits the modulation of blue and red LEDs, with the positive polarity generating red light at the wavelength of 625 nm and the negative polarity generating blue light at the wavelength of 465 nm. Cell light during BCR therapy is a supplementary treatment for extra effectiveness. Still, patients can use it alone for quick relief, much like hand electrodes when patients are in a rush. By pointing the lights at the target area, cell light is ideal for treating Pain and internal scar tissue.


The Benefits of BCR Therapy

The application of BCR therapy has been widely used in many health-related fields, such as orthopedics, acupuncture, dentistry, sports medicine, and cosmetic surgery, as follows:


Back Pain – lower back and upper spine

Carpal Tunnel


Frozen Shoulder

Heel Pain


Inflammation – Achilles tendon

Joint Pain – acute and chronic

Knee – acute and chronic

Migraine 1 and 2

Muscles Spasm

Muscle Pain

Neck Pain


Rheumatoid Arthritis

Tendon Irritation

Leg Tension

Trigger Points


Preventive Healthcare



Blood Circulation


Immune System

Liver Inflammation

Stomach Inflammation

Infection – virus, paranasal, herpes, face

Lymph – arm and leg

Rehab Head – neuralgia and spine

Rehab Stimulation – upper, lower, body

Rehab Speech – swallowing

Vegetative Balance







Fracture – arm, leg, vertebral body

Ligament Injury

Pulled Muscles


Tendon Injury





Energy Mode 1 and 2

Muscle Relaxation

Muscle Treatment

Muscle Warm-up

Muscle Cool-down







Face – cheeks and cheeks H

Face Toning

Face Skin (H)

Face – skin

Face – relax (H)

Face – relax

Face – lifting (H)

Face – lifting

Face – eyes (H)

Face – eyes

Lymph – fat burn

Rejuvenation 1 and 2



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