Whether it’s quick pain relief or for the general treatment of acute and chronic pain, you will quickly discover the many possibilities of the sanakey! It’s a state-of-the-art pain management device developed in Germany. This non-invasive treatment stimulates the body’s healing processes by applying bio-adaptive impulses to the surface of the skin that has an effect on the central nervous system. As well as fast pain relief the body’s defence is strengthened and shown a route to self-healing.
Using the sanakey is simple. Literature and free training videos are here to help! This treatment principle works with almost no side effects (always observe the contraindications and where appropriate, consult with your health professional).
Introduction to sanakey
Cleaning your sanakey
How to reset your sanakey
sanakey operational tutorial
The functional principle
The sanakey stimulates sensory nerves to activate the body’s own powerful pain relief mechanisms and self-healing powers by using highly variable electrical impulses, which enter into “direct dialogue” with the body. Every impulse differs from the previous one, thus preventing the body habituating to a single, continuous electrical signal. This happens up to several thousand times per second and influences the body’s nervous system and thus the body’s adaptive and regulative processes (including pain relief).
1. Impulse application
The device generates a highly variable impulse (a damped, bi-phasic, sinusoidal impulse), delivered through two fixed concentric electrodes once skin contact occurs. If there is no skin contact, the device will not deliver any impulses.
4. Impulse interpretation and adjustment
These ‘response reactions’ are measured by the device within microseconds. The device analyses the modified impulse and then applies an individually-adapted impulse. This cycle continues all the while during treatment, stimulating the nervous system to activate its own pain relief and self healing abilities.
3. Impulse transmission
Once the impulse is absorbed through the skin the information is passed through the body to the brain. The body reacts to the impulse and modifies it in its’ own very specific and individual way and then ‘sends’ the signal back – called a ‘response reaction’.
2. Impulse absorption
The impulse is delivered onto and through the skin, but enters only about one-tenth of a millimetre below the skin. These impulses are conducted through the body via sensory nerve fibres, the lymphatic system, and connective tissue of the body; directly to the brain.
Examples of use
from day-to-day life
e.g. Sports injuries
Almost everyone experiences pain and discomfort of muscles and joints! Whether acute or chronic, the