Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM)
Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) is a new way of treating nerve and muscle pain and many other conditions using specific frequencies and micro amperage current. It often produces immediate results, quickly, easily and comfortably. It is excellent for reducing inflammation and for the treatment of recent injuries including tears, pulls, fractures, bruising, etc.
is a non-invasive, drug-free method of pain management. It works by placing electrodes at specific sites on the body depending on the physical location of the pain. The current travels through electrodes and into the skin.
FSM can also treat inflammation related conditions such as Crohnes disease, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) and inflammation in tissues. Another area it can be used is scar tissue – both in the muscles (like the ropey grisly knots in shoulder blades) post surgery adhesions (and pain) and scars on the skin both normal and keloid.
What can it do and how does it help?
New injuries heal in record time. In studies, FSM was shown to increase the rate of ATP production by 500% and has been shown to reduce inflammation by 62% in four minutes. FSM can remodel scar tissue in one sixty minute session that would take months to do manually.
Most of the time FSM produces immediate dramatic changes in tissue that make it an indispensable tool in treating pain and many other health concerns.
Because such small current is used, it is susceptible to the hydration level of the recipient. In order to gain full benefit from this treatment, you must be well hydrated. It is recommended that on the days of this therapy, you drink 8-10 glasses of water (not tea, coffee, etc) prior to your session. At a minimum, it is recommended that you drink at least 1 litre of water in the 2 hours prior to your treatment.
FSM has had much clinical success with a huge array of problems, including but not limited to:
- Achilles Tendonitis
- Back Pain
- Bell’s Palsy
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
- Fibromyalgia Associated with Cervical Spine Injury
- Frozen Shoulder
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Kidney stone pain
- Myofascial Pain
- Neuromuscular Pain and Inflammation
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Post-surgical Pain
- Scar Tissue
- Spinal Disc Pain
- Sports Injuries
- Tendon and Ligament Injury or Pain
- Tennis Elbow
- Wound healing