Alan Neuromedical


431 Nursery Road, Suite B-300

The Woodlands, TX 77380

Tel: 361-438-8181




Therapy System

is available by

prescription only



MKT-003 Rev B

ECN 15-011




 The VECTTOR Therapy System is indicated in the United States for the treatment of chronic, intractable pain and for the treatment of post-surgical trauma pain.    Any other use of the VECTTOR Therapy System would be considered off-label use.

Caution: There are contraindications, warnings, precautions, and guidelines that should be reviewed with your physician prior to using the

VECTTOR Therapy System

What is VECTTOR Therapy?

VECTTOR Therapy is a form of electro-stimulation based upon acupuncture, reflexology, physiology, cellular physiology, and anatomy designed to stimulate the nerves to produce certain neuropeptides essential for optimal functioning of the body. These neuropeptides are vital for increasing circulation to the skin, bones nerves, muscles, and for reducing oxidative stress. The VECTTOR system is designed to read feedback from the body via skin surface temperatures, throughout the treatment process.

While the treatment is running, VECTTOR is constantly monitoring the skin surface temperature looking for an increase in temperature indicating an increase in circulation. VECTTOR runs through a series of frequencies, looking for an increase in skin surface temperature of at least 1 degree Fahrenheit. Once VECTTOR determines which of the various frequencies created the best response, it will automatically run that frequency for the duration of the treatment.


Throughout the treatment and testing phase temperatures are being recorded to the SD card which can later be reviewed by the physician. 


This article gives a good explanation of the effects of electro-stim on the production of neuropeptides:


Acupuncture: neuropeptide release produced by electrical stimulation 

What is VECTTOR Therapy used for?

VECTTOR Therapy has been used as a complimentary treatment for pain associated with a wide variety of ailments. VECTTOR therapy is not designed to treat, or cure, any particular disease.