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Bio-electrode Therapy

Clinical Manual


One out of three Americans struggle with chronic pain. Meanwhile, opioid overdose is now a major cause of death for people under fifty. Since complex pain is so frequently the originating cause of opioid dependence, these two conditions have rapidly merged to form an alarming global crisis. It is obvious that the current approach to addiction treatment and pain management is not working for millions.

Addiction treatment, it should be noted, is also incredibly costly! In 2020 alone, the monetary cost of Opioid Use Disorder in the USA was one and a half TRILLION dollars. (It is certainly higher today.) This is a tremendous drain on any nation's economy.


Bio-electrode Therapy is currently being successfully used to relieve opioid and other drug and alcohol withdrawal distress, as well as many kinds of complex pain and diseases. It is painless, non-invasive, and non-toxic, and the results usually manifest almost immediately. The tools for applying BeT protocols are widely available and inexpensive, and pain sufferers themselves can easily be taught to apply the protocols themselves.


The first 60 pages of this book describe the BeT technique and its physiological foundations in detail. The rest of the book contains detailed instructions for treating a range of commonly-seen pain conditions (including substance withdrawal). Healthcare practitioners and their patients can apply the electrodes, according to clear graphic illustrations, for over 50 common pain and disease conditions.

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Click here to see the table of contents, introduction and the first 4 chapters of the book.

Click here for the science behind the therapy (reference URLs). 

Reviews for Treating Complex Pain and Addictions with Bio-electrode Therapy

In this work, the reader will be treated to the extraordinary.  Les, in his unrelenting commitment to the alleviation of people’s suffering and driven by his natural curiosity and scholarship, has, after a long professional life of deep practice and study, discovered his non-pharmacological, astonishingly effective Bio-electrode Therapy. Herein he explains the basis for this simple technique, which addresses some of the most devastating health challenges of our time. The reader will be astounded, as am I, at the basic simplicity of this therapy, which he outlines herein in a cogent, usable format.

E. L Haskell,  R.N. B Sc N, M.D. FRCP (C)
Psychiatry, I.S.A M. Diplomat

Over the past twenty-five years of my professional and private life, Les has patiently demonstrated the effective application of Chinese Medicine’s principles and protocols. He has adapted these fundamentals in a unique and benign approach for the treatment of pain and addiction. In a world awash in potent opioids, flaming an international crisis, the time to explore safe alternatives for pain and addiction management has never been more urgent. The information and instructions in this book offer such an alternative.

Dr. Garth McIver, MD, Medical Director (ret.),
Vancouver Health Authority Addiction Services

Every now and then discoveries are made that offer us a glimpse into the mysteries of healing, health and longevity. While such finds can afford insight into the pathways and mechanisms of healing, too often they are double-edged swords with iatrogenic effects requiring additional treatments. A few years ago, I was introduced to Bio-electrode Therapy, a system of healing which I have found to be effective for a wide variety of my patient’s complaints. Bio-electrode Therapy is a non-invasive, safe, affordable and efficacious form of therapy that combines the ancient practice of acupuncture with the modern understanding of bio-electrical microcurrents. Of particular interest is its profound effects on symptoms related to drug withdrawal, and the role it might play to alleviate suffering in the current opioid crisis. I believe that, if utilized widely, this form of treatment has the potential to ease the suffering of millions.

Dr. Henry Dent,

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