Rejuvenating machine

Otto Christoph Joseph Gerhardt Ludwig Overbeck (1860 - 1937)
National Trust Inventory Number 1413332

Category Scientific instruments
Date Unknown
Materials Unspecified
Measurements
Place of origin
Collection Overbeck's House, Devon (Accredited Museum)
On show at Overbeck's House, Devon, South West, National Trust

Otto Overbeck believed that most ailments were caused by an imbalance of electricity within the body. His invention the Rejuvenator made use of very small levels of electric current, which were applied to affected areas on the body using shaped electrodes. To restore the balance and therefore the health of the patient. He believed it would make you feel better and live longer.

Summary description

Otto Overbeck's Improved Rejuvenator Supreme Model. Rejuvenator in working order.

Makers and roles

Otto Christoph Joseph Gerhardt Ludwig Overbeck (1860 - 1937), inventor, patenter and manufacturer

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