Isodynamics Reviver has been developed based on sound research and studies as referenced below on this page. 
We are sure that when you take the time to read the principles upon which we have developed the Reviver system, you too will be convinced of its scientific background and more easily understand why it works for so many people as evidenced by our own patient testimonials.
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