Frequency Specific Microcurrent
Microcurrent Therapy is not a new concept in pain management. It’s been around for decades. What is new is it’s acceptance in the United States as a respected and successful method of treatment for pain.
-- Eileen Henry, OMD, L.Ac
FREQUENCY SPECIFIC MICROCURRENT AND SPORTS MEDICINE WORK WELL TOGETHER!
- Microcurrent was discovered by the NFL in 2003. Tony Parrish and Terrell Owens were treated along with eight linemen from the San Francisco 49ers in August 2003 by Dr. Carolyn McMakin. Now, NFL teams and athletes from other sports use Microcurrent Therapy in record numbers. The results are impressive and consistent. Chronic injuries clear up in record time.
HOW DOES MICROCURRENT THERAPY WORK?
- Microcurrent Therapy incorporates some of the most up-to-date research and techniques to heal injuries that lead to acute and ongoing pain. It is known to stop or significantly diminish pain as it targets and repairs damaged tissue at the cellular level. It also reduces inflammation and muscle spasms, prevents muscle loss and increases blood circulation to specific areas of the body. It maintains and increases range of motion.
DOES IT HURT?
- No. Microcurrent therapy is so low in frequency that it cannot be felt. Patients feel the touch of the practitioner along with a sense of soothing relaxation.
WHAT CONDITIONS IS MICROCURRENT USED TO TREAT?
- Back problems
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Chronic and Acute Lower Back Pain
- Migraines and Headaches
- Muscular Aches
- Shoulder & Neck Pain Whiplash
- Spasms and Cramps