Foot Specialist’s Testimonial About Surgery Highlights Non-Opioid Pain Therapy of Endonovo Therapeutics Inc. (ENDV) Device

Endonovo Therapeutics is developing a bioceutical device that provides an alternative to the prescription pain pills blamed for hundreds of thousands of deaths in recent years as part of a multinational opioid crisis Endonovo’s proprietary SofPulse® flagship device provides an electrical micro-current to the afflicted part of the body, particularly post-surgery, to minimize a patient’s need for pain relief medication A foot and ankle specialist in Ohio recently used the device following her own tendon surgery and provided a personal testimonial with a professional perspective of the device’s effectiveness in minimizing her pain The SofPulse® device is being evaluated professionally under a plan to be in up to 600 U.S. hospitals by the end of next year

When a foot and ankle medical specialist underwent surgery recently for her own tendon reconstruction need, she presented bioelectronic device maker Endonovo Therapeutics Inc. (OTCQB: ENDV) with a first-person professional perspective of Endonovo’s non-opioid pain relief solution that showcases Endonovo’s revolutionary potential for alleviating an international drug-dependency crisis.

In a home-made video, Dr. Jane Graenber, DPM, of the Foot and Ankle Wellness Center in Delaware, Ohio, attests that Endonovo’s SofPulse® electroceutical device has helped her to remain generally pain-free a day after the tendon surgery, such that she says she has only used three doses of Tylenol for relief (no prescription pain pills) during the interim since…

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