Tag Archives: Microcurrent

 

Clinical Use of Specific Frequencies

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...
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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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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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What is Pain?

Pain is an unpleasant feeling which may be associated with actual or potential tissue damage. Despite causing suffering, pain is a critical component of the body’s defence system. It is part of a rapid warning relay instructing the motor neurons of the central nervous system to minimise detected physical harm....
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