CRANIAL ELECTROTHERAPY STIMULATION For the Non-Drug Treatment of Insomnia, Anxiety & Depression.
"I have had great success using the device to treat severe, chronic insomnia in pa1ents who are resistant to pharmacotherapy. Also, pa1ents who seek a drug-‐free alterna1ve to treat insomnia have used the Cranial S1mulator to reduce or eliminate their dependence on prescrip1on drugs.” -‐ Andres San Mar1n, MD Professor of Psychiatry Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons Cranial Electrotherapy S1mula1on delivers a gentle electrical current via sponge electrodes to s1mulate the produc1on of serotonin, GABA, endorphins and other neurochemicals responsible for improving mood and sleep. The FDA has cleared the Fisher Wallace S1mulator for the treatment of depression, anxiety and insomnia. The device causes no serious side eﬀects and there are no contraindica1ons when using the device in conjunc1on with any medica1on. Pa1ents typically use the device at home for twenty minutes, once or twice a day. Over 600 board cer1ﬁed psychiatrists prescribe the Fisher Wallace S1mulator. The device must be purchased on the order of a licensed healthcare prac11oner, such as a Psychologist, General Prac11oner, Psychiatrist, Nurse Prac11oner, Osteopath or other licensed medical professional. To ﬁnd a prac11oner who is familiar with our device and has an oﬃce near your zip code, follow this link: Pa1ents may return the device for a refund within 60 days of receipt if the device does not successfully treat their symptoms. Please call to speak with one of our highly trained professionals: (212) 688 – 8100.
Our Medical Advisory Board (par1al list) Robert Cancro, MD Since 1976, Dr. Cancro has been Professor and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at New York University School of Medicine, Director of Psychiatry at New York University Hospital and director of the Nathan S. Kline Ins1tute for Psychiatric Research. Stephen N. Xenakis, MD Dr. Xenakis served 28 years in the United States Army as a medical corps oﬃcer. He held a wide of variety of assignments as a clinical psychiatrist, staﬀ oﬃcer, and senior commander including Commanding General of the Southeast Army Regional Medical Command. Dr. Xenakis has been wri`en widely on medical ethics, military medicine, and the treatment of detainees. Ronald Podell, MD Dr. Podell is a board cer1ﬁed psychiatrist. He graduated with honors from Amherst College and received his medical degree from Columbia University. He completed his post-‐graduate psychiatry training at UCLA and was named to the Clinical Faculty in 1979. He served over 20 years as Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. He regularly teaches post-‐graduate courses for both mental health professionals and laymen and has been course director for two na1onal symposia. www.FisherWallace.com