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The Valkyrie Micro-Circulation Center

 

Coming Soon – information on How to Make Appointments at The Valkyrie Micro-Circulation Center!

Check back for information about a cutting-edge product/service with 20 years of research-based validation. The BEMER will change our lives by increasing blood flow down into the smallest capillaries of your extremities. Strengthening the micro-circulation system is key to improved blood flow and wellness. This system is responsible for removing toxins and waste in the body as it delivers nutrients and oxygen.
Wellness and day to day performance is more important today than at ant time in recent years. Take your health and functionality into your own hands and live your best life possible! We are living longer but not necessarily living better. Yet, there are emerging  technologies which don’t involve invasive measures or pharmaceuticals. Those are the technologies for which our staff vigilantly searches. We have found those things and are working to bring them to you, as we continue to search for new and better technologies as they become available
SaferSecurity/Valkyrie – 2969 Pelham Pkwy., Ste Q, Pelham A

 

This service will be available as soon as the situation of stay at home semi-quarantine is over.  We’ll let you know how to make an appointment for sales or sessions.
Stay with us as we work toward carrying out our mission, for the public as well as for veterans and first responders.

In fact, SaferSecurity, Inc. supports The Valkyrie Initiative, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization by housing it in its retail space and by allocating a portion of all profits to services for these groups who have given so much to public safety and to safeguard our constitutional rights.

You will be able to contribute to Valkyrie Services in the following ways:

  • Purchase packages for your favorite veteran and/or first responder
  • Purchase single sessions for your favorite veteran and/or first responder
  • Purchase packages for veterans and/or first responders in the name of a loved one
  • Contribute monetarily as tax exempt donations or with donations in kind given to the Valkyrie Exchange Shop (where all profits go toward Valkyrie Services)
  • Purchase a BEMER for your favorite veteran and/or first responder

Together, we can make a difference.

Together we WILL make a difference!

What is unique about BEMER? Why the patented signal that no other product has?

The uniqueness of Bemer lies in its signal and its configuration. The signal leads to scientifically grounded stimulation of the smallest vessels (microcirculation) supporting the circulatory system as a whole.  No other biophysical modality in the world targets the micro-circulation in the way that BEMER does.

BE YOUR OWN HEALTH ADVOCATE – Knowlege is power, the power to determine what works for the advancement of your wellness. Consider these facts:

  • The U.S. pays more for health care costs than any country in the world, yet it does not obtain the best results.
  • In 2016, the U.S. spent nearly twice as much on health care as other high-income countries, yet experienced poorer population health outcomes (The Harvard Gazette, March 13, 2018).
  • The medical model of patient care relies highly on addressing sickness and/or disease states once they are diagnosable. Unfortunately, most diseases or health conditions begin years before they reach the state of showing symptoms in patients.
  • While the medical model is extraordinarily effective at attacking these disease states, that of responding to emergencies such as loss of limbs or heart attacks etc., it is less than extraordinary in the utilization of treatment which focuses on prevention and wellness strategies ahead of these disease states.  While this is changing with many physicians, focusing on prevention and wellness for their patients is still not the norm across the board.
  • Not to fault the profession in any way. It is one of the best in the world at emergencies and diseases once their symptoms appear.  It is preferable, however, when possible, to aim at lifestyle choices and emerging technologies of which the prevention is the goal, when possible, rather than cure.
  • Increasing oxygen delivery to the body by increasing blood flow circulation and increasing delivery of nutrients while removing toxins and wastes, is one way of doing this.
Understanding Classifications
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for protecting the public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices; and by ensuring the safety of our nation’s food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation.
The FDA has established classifications for close to 2,000 different generic types of devices and groups them into 16 sub-sets of medical specialties they call panels. Within each panel there could be hundreds of products, each of which gets a code. (Think Tax Code for medical stuff!) Each of these generic types of devices is assigned to one of three regulatory classes, often referred to as “Classifications.” What class a product is placed in depends upon a number of factors. Intended use, if the device is surgically invasive or not, the level of control necessary to assure the safety and effectiveness of the device, and the risk the device poses to the user are key factors. The following guidelines for classifications was extracted from the website of Innovatum, a regulatory compliance company.
  • Class I Devices – Class I devices are considered to be at the lowest level of risk of all medical devices and are therefore required to comply with the lowest level of regulatory control. Examples of Class I devices include: elastic bandages, dental floss and enemas.
  • Class II Devices – Class II devices are simple devices, though they are more complicated than Class I devices. They require more stringent regulatory controls to provide assurance of their effectiveness and safety. Examples of Class II devices include: condoms, pregnancy testing kits and powered wheelchairs.
  • Class III Devices – Class III devices are generally considered to be the most complex devices. They are also considered to be at the highest risk and therefore require more stringent regulatory controls to provide assurance of their effectiveness and safety. Examples of Class III devices include: implantable pacemakers and breast implants.
The BEMER Pro Set GO (B.Box, B.Pad, B.Spot) is cleared and recognized by the FDA as a Class II device.We are in category “890”, which refers to Physical Medicine and our product code is NGX (not an acronym), and our regulatory name is a “Powered Muscle Stimulator.”