Dr Tron therapy
I have been following, or rather attending, the latest therapy available in Brunei – the bioelectron potential therapy, with the brand name of Dr Tron. The place is in Serusop and people have been flocking like bees to their hive. Per day, this place could be treating up to 1,200 people and the best thing is it’s for free, hence the number of people.
Dr Tron claims to cure all sort of pains – back pain, stiff shoulders and even gastritis, locally known as dugal. All you have to do is just sit on a chair with the bioelectron pad on it for twenty minutes. That’s all. If you are the last group (they closes at 7pm), you may be allowed to stay on longer. Each session of twenty minutes can treat up to eighty people the most.
Oh yes, to kill the boredom of just sitting down (like me, I can’t sit still for a minute) the staff there would ramble and make jokes but on a serious note, they would inform especially for the newbies, on what (or who) Dr Tron is and how does it work.
Dr Tron is actually a machine, like an ECG machine for the heart patients, passing electrons to the pad I mentioned but nope, you won’t get electrocuted. The electrons are the one treating the cells inside the body. So yes, no injection and no pills.
I have been searching online for more information but I couldn’t find any. Even the company who distribute the machine in Malaysia has no website but have been mentioned here and there for winning awards.
As I have only just started, I couldn’t say much now on how effective this therapy is. The walls of the ‘clinic’ are all pasted with testimonials of locals who have underwent (some still ongoing) the therapy. Most shouted how the therapy has improved their health after only a week’s treatment.
My mother introduced me to this and she has been lobbying for all of her 12 children to go as well. Half of us (with our other halves) have started to go. Let me talk about my mom a bit. She is a-70+ woman, tall and in good health (alhamdullilah). She has been going for the treatment for the last two months or more and we couldn’t help noticing how clearer her complexion has become. She used to have those old age spots on her face and now they are almost gone.
For me, all I can share now is at this very moment, I am really dizzy, (I slept until 10.30am this morning). I have been told that this is one of the reactions I would be getting for the first few days of the treatment. Others are lethargy and increase in the pains. The staff there assured that this is normal (and I am going crazy here with my dizziness) but should be okay after a week.
So I will report back on this after a month from now Insya Allah as I am too dizzy to type now. Hope I made sense up there.