Drionic Underarm (Armpit) Devices

The Drionic Underarm devices offer unsurpassed effectiveness in providing long-term perspiration control due to Hyperhidrosis or Excessive Perspiration.  No other treatment option has been shown to be more clinically more effective, safer, pain free and far more economical than the Drionic Treatment System.

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The Drionic Underarm (Armpit) Device is among the most effective known treatments for stopping sweat in the armpits.  This personal care device routinely receive a Five Star Consumer Ratings on Amazon where it is also available for purchase.  The Drionic was the first iontophoresis device to patent and use a pulsed current system.  

The Drionic devices are prescribed by more Physicians, Pediatricians, Podiatrists, Physician Assistants and Chiropractors than any other medical device or medical procedure available on the market today.

During the initial treatment period the Drionic Underarm (Armpit) Sweat Stopping Device needs to be used every day for up to 30 minutes.  This is done until the perspiration is lowered to an acceptable level.  For most people this happens in two to three weeks of daily treatment.

Once the perspiration is lowered to an acceptable level most users retreat themselves once every 4 to 6 weeks.

The  operation of the Drionic Underarm (Armpit)  device is quite simple:

The user wets two small felt pads with tap water, slide the pads back into the pad trays turn each device on, place the device under each armpit for 30 minutes.  Turn the device off.  Rinse the pads and that's it.

The initial daily treatment period lasts for 2 to 3 weeks for most people.  

Complete Instruction Manuals come with each pair of Drionic Underarm (Armpit) Sweat Stopping devices.

Most health insurers will reimburse for Drionic Devices with a prescription.

Drionic Underarm (Armpit) devices are contraindicated for users that have the following pre-existing conditions: implanted pacemakers and cardio-defibrillators, epilepsy, pregnancy & nursing, phlebothrombosis, thrombophlebitis and metal implants.  These devices are not recommended for use by children under the age of nine years.