Monthly Archives: December 2011

 

Microcurrent and ATP

Microcurrent and ATP Microcurrent has been reasearched to show direct effect on Adenosine triphosphate, a coenzyme used as an energy carrier in the cells of all known organisms (ATP) 10 – 500 micro amps is the range of current that microcurrent is at it’s most effective Electrons = current flow...
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Microcurrent History

Specific Frequencies were thought to be developed in the early 1900’s The ‘grandfathers’ of resonance therapy were Albert Abrams, MD Harry Van Gelder We are uncertain how frequencies were derived and we are also uncertain of mechanisms of action The 1920’s equipment was not microcurrent equipment as we know it. Physical therapy equipment...
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Pain Management for Gout Sufferers

Microcurrent therapy and the treatment of Gout Pain. Microcurrent is a useful treatment as it assists in the reduction of inflammation as gout sufferers are aware gout is extremely painful. What is gout: Gout is caused by an buildup of uric acid. Uric acid has no functional task inside the...
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Pain Perception

Pain indicators can set off autonomic nervous system pathways seeing that they go through the medulla, causing amplified heart speed and blood pressure, speedy breathing as well as perspiring. The degree of these reactions depends upon the intensity of pain, with they can be stressed out by brain centers in...
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Energy Wells and Stables States

Energy Wells and Stables States Correct frequencies are thought to create instantaneous changes these changes change the state of the tissue The changes are often permanent When the patient’s metabolism, attitude and mechanics support the change in state this will help to achieve a stable state in a human system...
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