Frequency-specific microcurrent (FSM) has been used for 10 years by numerous practitioners in various specialties (MDs, DCs, NDs, PTs) to treat myofascial pain and neuropathic pain in clinical practice (1-3). This retrospective analysis of patients treated for neuropathic pain in the author’s clinic presents a collected case report in patients...Read more
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Clinical Use of Speific Frequencies The following actions of microcurrent treatment are thought to be Low risk The frequencies either WORK or DON’T WORK If they don’t work they just have no effect Side effects have been transient Observed Effects of Frequency Specific Microcurrent Immediate changes in tissue Tissue softens...Read more
Your body is, in fact, an electromagnetic system that looks solid but functions as a semiconductor network.
Your body is, in fact, an electromagnetic system that look solid but functions as a semiconductor netowrk. The Network Conveys and Stores: Current Charge Vibrational Information Resonance Resonance is the tendacy of a sytem to oscillate at lare amplitudes in response to some frequencies and not others At the resonant...Read more
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...Read more
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...Read more