Zeta Technology Offers Their New Far-Infrared Shoe Insoles
Westlake, CA, October 21, 2013- Zeta Technology is introducing a whole new shoe insole which uses the ambient energy that is perhaps all around us to lessen pain, inflammation and swelling. The Zetathermide Insole uses their new patented technology that traps and channels the far-infrared energy is emitted through the universe to provide relief from and discomfort. More information around the Zeta Insole are available at.http://www.zetatherapy.com
“When we discuss far-infrared, it appears ridiculous, overly naturalpathic...woo'ish. We would like to make it clear that this product (Zeta Insoles) has independent, third party laboratory testing verifying that this product emits a secure, measurable and strong form of far-infrared (called 'soft heat').” - Jeremy Madvin, General Deirector, Zeta Technology
The Zeta Insole was tested using two separate devices: The Midac Corporation FT-IR Spectrometer as well as the NEC San-Sei Thermo Tracer. With all the testing conducted at body temperature and 120 degrees Fahrenheit, it had been confirmed that the insoles created an output of 5-25 micron wavelength radiation. This significant output is what helps the insole relieve pain.
I can't believe how much my pain is relieved, although “I didn't believe it at first. I am just a server. I have handled my feet for twenty-five years. This is a miracle for me personally. I actually have hardly any pain and i also am actually enjoying work again.” - Kendra C., Las Vegas, NV
Zeta Technology produces an array of therapy items that provide stress and pain relief. Using unique, patented technology, these products channel Far-Infrared and other energies towards the body, reducing pain, swelling and surface bruising. Customers use http://www.zetatherapy.com " href="http://www.zetatherapy.com">Zetathermide therapy products to assist in treating arthritis, repetitive stress injury, muscular inflammation and also to provide overall stress relief.
If you would like more details concerning this topic, please contact Jeremy Madvin at (805) 277-9092 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org .