Fisher Wallace Stimulator

Fisher Wallace Laboratories – Fisher Wallace Stimulator Overview
The Fisher Wallace Stimulator is a professional tDCS device used by medical professionals, and individuals with chronic pain, mood disorders, and insomnia.

Cost: 3/5
General customer rating: 4.5 /5
Ease-of-use: 4.5/5
Features/Accessories Provided: 4.5/5
Delivery/Customer Service: 4.5/5



Customer Reviews

Customers and professionals speak of positive results for mood disorders, stress-related disorders, insomnia, and chronic pain.

“I have had great success using the device to treat severe, chronic insomnia in patients who are resistant to pharmacotherapy. Also, patients who seek a drug-free alternative to treat insomnia have used the Fisher Wallace Stimulator to reduce or eliminate their dependence on prescription drugs.”


Cost $399

Expensive but reasonable for an FDA-cleared product that is used in professional medical settings. However, it’s lack of features deem the product pricey for what you get.


Ease of Use

The device kit is relatively straightforward to use because of the lack of features on the actual device. It could be argued that the simplicity of the tDCS product promote ease of use.


Features/Accessories provided

The device kit comes with the Fisher Wallace Stimulator, an electrode headset, a Velcro
headband, 6 sponges, a carry case, and an instruction manual. Features are very basic, and there is no visual screen, simply light up buttons.


Delivery/Customer Service

Fisher Wallace has an industry-leading refund policy that allows buyers to refund the stimulator within 30 days. The device ships on the same or next business day. The company also has a live customer service chat box, a phone number, fax, and email. The FAQ also helps with any common questions in detail.


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About Fisher Wallace Laboratories

Fisher Wallace Laboratories is the creator of the Fisher Wallace Stimulator, which received FDA-Clearance for treating anxiety, insomnia, and depression. More than 9000 providers today recommend use of their novel device.