Aculife in a Therapeutic Practice – A Physiotherapist’s Experience

Reason for purchasing Aculife:

I originally purchased Aculife for use in my private physiotherapist practice as a diagnostic and pain management tool.

Previous Treatments Used:

Although manual handling skills are at the heart of any physiotherapy practice, we also use ultrasound and interferential for treating a range of painful conditions. Aculife has proved to be another extremely useful therapy for both confirming diagnosis and treating patients.

Usage of Aculife:

  • Detection and confirmation of problems experienced by patients
  • Pain management for arthritis, rheumatism and fibromyalgia
  • Sports injuries
  • Neck and shoulder strains


  • Aculife has a 100% success rate at detecting underlying conditions
  • Pain relief has been very successful in most cases and quite extraordinary in a small number of very difficult cases.
  • A small number of patients did not get any significant benefits.

Overall Comments:

Aculife is a relatively new technology and is not yet a mainstream therapy. It is approved in the EU as a Class IIa medical device and therefore has been tested for safe use by humans. I have used Aculife on a trial basis outside the parameters of normal treatment techniques for about a year, with patient consent, and I am very happy with the results.

Would you recommend it to a friend?

Aculife is affordable and easy to use I would be happy to recommend it to my Chartered Physiotherapist colleagues and would encourage them to document the results.

N. Coen
Chartered Physiotherapist

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