The Biber Protocol Headband

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    The Biber Protocol Headband.

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    • NMES

    • Swallowing training

    • facial muscle training

    • vocal training

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    How does NMES works?

    Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) involves the use of a handheld device that transmits tiny pulses through small cloth pads placed on the skin's surface to stimulate the nerves and activate weak or paralyzed muscles. These pulses are painless and, when combined with specific targeted tasks, can result in improvements in swallowing, voicing, and facial movement.

    The Biber Protocol® is a customized NMES protocol for dysphagia, dysphonia and facial droop/paralysis, tailored to meet the specific needs of each patient.

    WHAT'S SO SPECIAL ABOUT THE BIBER PROTOCOL®

    The Biber Protocol stands out from other dysphagia electrical therapies in numerous ways, such as electrode placement, treatment parameters, delivery method, treatment philosophy, and more.

    The Biber Protocol® is a true NMES protocol, which can be verified by numerous electrotherapy sources. While other therapies also use electrical stimulation, they do not meet the criteria for an NMES protocol, and therefore should not be referred to as NMES.

    CAN I USE NMES WITH A PACEMAKER?

    Yes, but it is recommend that you go through the pacemaker interference protocol and consult your doctor beforehand. It is important to note that NMES should NEVER be used with a defibrillator.

    CAN I USE NMES WITH A CANCER PATIENT?

    Yes. There is no scientific evidence for any risk when using NMES on a cancer patient. Indeed there is evidence that electrical stimulation can help shrink tumors and enhance radiation therapy.