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COVID-19 Treatments Available at Club Recharge


​​Club Recharge is proud to announce our latest treatment protocols for those clients at risk for contracting COVID or those individuals currently recovering from COVID.

The COVID virus primarily affects individuals with a compromised or weakened immune system and those with an upper respiratory infection or lung issue. Like most pathogens the COVID virus looks for weakness in your bodies immune system to exploit, so maintaining a strong & healthy immune system is a key element. Club Recharge offers several science backed therapies that will help strengthen your immune system and help you recover and stay safe during these times. These therapies along with a healthy diet and proper sleep will help defend your body against pathogens.


NanoVi improves the body's immune response. University research has confirmed the advantage of NanoVi compared to a placebo/inactivated device for recovery after the body is stressed. While NanoVi does not prevent infection, using the NanoVi to support your bodies immune system is definitely recommended. In terms of recovering from viruses like a coronavirus, it makes sense to incorporate NanoVi. For over 10 years, the Nanovi has been effectively used by individuals to address COPD and other respiratory issues. There are also initial reports from Europe on the use of NanoVi for recovering from the coronaviruses. The body responds to a viral infection by producing antibodies, which are proteins. Each antibody must fold before it can combat the virus and we know that NanoVi helps with the protein folding process. Because of this, we encourage you to make a special point to use a NanoVi to stay strong, or in the unlikely event that you must recover from an infection.

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Several studies have shown that PEMF decreases inflammation and cytokine levels–both of which can drain the power of your immune system. To prevent inflammation from damaging your resistance, you need to address the problem before it occurs. Potential use of PEMFs as modulator of immune responses alone or in combination with pharmacological therapies represents a frontier of investigation with interesting clinical perspectives. As discussed above, danger signals stimulate an immune response, but also activate mechanisms that (later on) will negatively regulate immune cell activation. There seems to be a potential for modulation of danger signals by PEMFs leading to reduced inflammation and promotion of healing processes as indicated by several publications. Mechanisms are not well characterized, but they seem to include increased ROS production and increased expression of certain HSPs for ELF-MFs while PEMFs seem to control inflammation by upregulating ARs pathways. Noteworthy, these pathways are involved in any inflammatory condition and, therefore, they might represent relevant therapeutic targets in several (chronic) inflammatory diseases.

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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is currently being used and studied as an effective form of treatment for lingering COVID-19 symptoms due to its ability to reverse hypoxia, reduce neuro-inflammation, and improve tissue oxygenation amongst other benefits. Studies and clinical trials are currently being conducted around the world to study the healing powers of HBOT for lingering COVID-19 symptoms with highly regarded medical professionals both nearby in Florida and across the globe in places like Israel. As more research is conducted and evaluated, we look forward to updating you on the findings. While research is still being conducted on why this occurs and how to treat these symptoms, patients who are struggling with lingering COVID-19 symptoms are actively seeking methods to resolve their complications in order to get back to their daily lives. (scientific studies listed below) Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for the treatment of long COVID: early evaluation of a highly promising intervention COVID-19, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), and hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT): what is the link? Hyperbaric oxygen therapy in preventing mechanical ventilation in COVID-19 patients: a retrospective case series Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for COVID-19 patients with respiratory distress: treated cases versus propensity-matched controls.


Infrared energy sustains life and can be used to treat and prevent diseases, including Covid-19 infections. High temperature within the fever range obtained from infrared radiation causes the killer T-Cells to profilate. The Killer T-Cells improves ones immune system. The high temperature kills the Corona virus. The leading cause of mortality from COVID-19 infection is respiratory distress due to an exaggerated host immune response, resulting in hyper-inflammation and ensuing cytokine storms in the lungs. Current drug-based therapies are of limited efficacy, costly, and have potential negative side effects. By contrast, photobiomodulation therapy, which involves periodic brief exposure to red or infrared light, is a noninvasive, safe, and affordable method that is currently being used to treat a wide range of diseases with underlying inflammatory conditions. Here, we show that exposure to two 10-min, high-intensity periods per day of infrared light causes a marked reduction in the TLR-4 dependent inflammatory response pathway, which has been implicated in the onset of cytokine storms in COVID-19 patients. Infrared light exposure resulted in a significant decline in NFkB and AP1 activity as measured by the reporter gene assay; decreased expression of inflammatory marker genes IL-6, IL-8, TNF-alpha, INF-alpha, and INF-beta as determined by qPCR gene expression assay; and an 80% decline in secreted cytokine IL6 as measured by ELISA assay in cultured human cells. All of these changes occurred after only 48 hours of treatment. We suggest that an underlying cellular mechanism involving modulation of ROS may downregulate the host immune response after Infrared Light exposure, leading to decrease in inflammation. We further discuss technical considerations involving light sources and exposure conditions to put these observations into potential clinical use to treat COVID-19 induced mortality. (scientific studies listed below) Light-based technologies for management of COVID-19 pandemic crisis Infrared light therapy relieves TLR-4 dependent hyper-inflammation of the type induced by COVID-19 Combining Visible Light and Infrared Imaging for Efficient Detection of Respiratory Infections such as COVID-19 on Portable Device


Inflammation is the body’s natural response to fighting harmful viruses and bacteria. When inflammation occurs, a signal is sent to the immune system which releases white blood cells, proteins and increases blood flow to the compromised area of the body. COVID-19 symptoms can vary in every person infected. However, in the most severe cases, a common symptom is shortness of breath due to inflammation in the lungs and cytokine storms. In the case we are referring to, doctors in the USA city of Massachusetts paired conventional COVID-19 treatments with Red Light Therapy sessions. They decided to pair the treatments after some previous research showing how beneficial Red Light Therapy was in relieving inflammation and lung healing. The results suggest that COVID-19 treatment in adjunct with Red Light Therapy can potentially negate the need for ventilator support and ICU admission, which was initially expected in this specific patient. “Following LLLT* our patient showed improvement over a few days in respiratory indices, radiological findings, inflammatory markers, and patient outcomes.” This treatment plan has the potential to significantly reduce length of stay, severity of disease, and the clinical burden in our hospitals. (scientific studies listed below) Photobiomodulation: Shining Light on COVID-19 The Effectiveness of Photobiomudulation Therapy (PBMT) in COVID-19 Infection Photobiomodulation therapy as a high potential treatment modality for COVID-19 Photobiomodulation and Antiviral Photodynamic Therapy as a Possible Novel Approach in COVID-19 Management


COVID-19 is a highly infectious respiratory disease which leads to several clinical conditions related to the dysfunction of the respiratory system along with other physical and psychological complaints. Severely affected patients are referred to intensive care units (ICUs), limiting their possibilities for physical exercise. Whole body vibration (WBV) exercise is a non-invasive, physical therapy, that has been suggested as part of the procedures involved with pulmonary rehabilitation, even in ICU settings. Therefore, in the current review, the World Association of Vibration Exercise Experts (WAVEX) reviewed the potential of WBV exercise as a useful and safe intervention for the management of infected individuals with COVID-19 by mitigating the inactivity-related declines in physical condition and reducing the time in ICU. Recommendations regarding the reduction of fatigue and the risk of dyspnea, the improvement of the inflammatory and redox status favoring cellular homeostasis and the overall improvement in the quality of life are provided. Finally, practical applications for the use of this paradigm leading to a better prognosis in bed bound and ICU-bound subjects is proposed.

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