Healing Redefined: Join Us for a Fascinating Talk on BEMER Technology

With advancing age, health and quality of life becomes most important. BEMER provides a non-invasive and non-habit forming alternative therapy to improve how you feel. It optimizes your body’s own natural ability to take care of and heal itself. BEMER is an FDA Registered Medical Device, used in over 42 countries.

During this presentation on BEMER Technology, we’ll explain how BEMER can:

  • increase your energy
  • decrease stress
  • improve sleep
  • reduce muscle and joint discomforts
  • promote rapid wound healing
  • help avoid cataract surgery

You will see how BEMER improves circulation in your body’s smallest blood vessels, called micro-circulation. Blood flow in the micro-circulation is increased by up to 30% in only 8 minutes, and this effect lasts for over 12 hours! You will understand how improved blood flow supports healthy cell function and why it is vital to your health and quality of life.

Please join us to learn how this revolutionary medical device is helping people and give BEMER a try for yourself.


Presented by Dr. Kevin Shaw

Dr. Kevin Shaw is a nationally board certified Naturopathic Physician, Diplomate of Acupuncture, and Diplomate of Chinese Herbal Medicine. He attended the Georgia Institute of Technology as a National Merit Scholar and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Biology. After 14 years conducting research and development as a protein biochemist in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, he returned to graduate school to study medicine. He received both his Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and his Master of Science degree in Oriental Medicine from Bastyr University. Currently, he practices medicine as a primary care physician in Everett, Washington, and is the Clinic Director of Sound Holistic Health, an integrated natural medicine clinic. Dr. Shaw brings his Eastern and Western medical training together with his love of science to optimize the health and well being of his patients.