Promoting Injury Healing with G5 Cellutec

Whether you're an athlete recovering from a sports injury or someone recovering from surgery or injury, you're likely looking for ways to improve injury healing and manage the associated pain. The G5 Cellutec is a cutting-edge device that can be a valuable tool in promoting injury healing and recovery. This device offers unique benefits that can stimulate your body's healing process and enhance recovery overall. In this article, we'll explore how the G5 Cellutec can address injury healing.

Addressing Pain and Inflammation

One of the ways the G5 Cellutec can help promote injury healing is by reducing pain and inflammation. This device uses a deep tissue massage system to target affected areas, penetrating deep into the skin to ease muscle tension and promote circulation. Its percussive action helps reduce inflammation by increasing blood flow, delivering essential nutrients and oxygen to the affected area.

Studies have shown that targeted massage therapy can help reduce pain caused by musculoskeletal injuries1. The G5 Cellutec's unique design delivers targeted massage therapy on affected areas, reducing pain and inflammation, as well as helping to prevent further tissue damage.

Promoting Tissue Regeneration

Another benefit of the G5 Cellutec is that it can promote tissue regeneration. The device's mechanical stimulation encourages the production of collagen, the protein that gives structure to skin, tendons, and ligaments2. Increasing collagen production can help regenerate tissue, making it stronger and more flexible. Additionally, it can impact scar tissue, stimulating fibroblasts to help remodel scar tissue and encourage healthier collagen fibers.

One study found that mechanical stimulation increased collagen production in animal models, indicating its potential benefits for tissue regeneration in humans3. The G5 Cellutec's mechanical stimulation can be a valuable tool in promoting tissue regeneration and accelerating injury healing.

Accelerating Recovery Time

Injury recovery time can be a frustrating and time-consuming process, often requiring weeks or months of rehabilitation. The G5 Cellutec can help speed up this process. By increasing circulation, promoting tissue regeneration, and reducing inflammation and pain, injury healing can occur at a faster rate.

In one study, researchers found that massage therapy can improve muscle injury recovery time by 30%4. The G5 Cellutec's deep tissue massage system can provide a similar benefit, accelerating recovery time and enabling individuals to get back to their active lifestyles in a shorter period.


The G5 Cellutec offers a range of benefits for individuals looking to improve injury healing and manage pain associated with injury, surgery, or other medical conditions. By addressing inflammation and pain, promoting tissue regeneration, and accelerating recovery time, this device is an innovative solution for anyone looking to improve their recovery process.

Dr. John Phelts DC often incorporates the G5 Cellutec into his rehabilitative sports therapy sessions, utilizing its benefits to accelerate patients' return to normal activity.  His practice is located in the heart of Manhattan:

124 East 40th Street, Suite 301
New York, NY 10016

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  1. Vickers, A.J., Cronin, A.M., Maschino, A.C., et al. (2012). Acupuncture for chronic pain: individual patient data meta-analysis. Archives of Internal Medicine, 172(19), 1444–1453. DOI: 10.1001/archinternmed.2012.3654

  2. Kjaer, M. (2004). Role of extracellular matrix in adaptation of tendon and skeletal muscle to mechanical loading. Physiological Reviews, 84(2), 649–698. DOI: 10.1152/physrev.00031.2003

  3. Takeuchi, N., Suzuki, A., Sawada, T., et al. (2020). Low-load mechanical stimulation accelerates rat bone regeneration under diabetic conditions. American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism, 318(2), E181–E188.

  4. Best, T. M., Hunter, R., Wilcox, A., et al. (1998). Effectiveness of Sports Massage for Recovery of Skeletal Muscle From Strenuous Exercise. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 8(4), 234-240.

July 14, 2023