FSM (Frequency Specific Microcurrent or Micro-current) is the use of specific minute amounts of electrical current which appear to stimulate cells to create ATP or “cell energy.”
When this occurs your body becomes capable of using this self healing energy to speed up any necessary corrections in damaged tissues. When the body is injured, the cells are more resistant to electrical input. This is called reduced capacitance. Microcurrent therapy improves cell capacitance allowing the following to occur.
This energy healing therapy helps create a more favorable environment in the body’s cells for healing by regenerating cell function, reducing pain and inflammation, and restoring proper blood flow and self healing energy to the affected area.
The Frequency Specific Microcurrent techniques have been documented:
- Successfully treat acute and chronic pain relief;
- Reduce inflammatory chemicals (cytokines) in the blood
- Increase feel good (beta endorphin) levels;
- Increase the production of ATP by 500%;
- Boost protein synthesis by 70%
- Accelerate healing of acute injuries by 200%
- Repair the regulation of nerve tissue
- Boost immune function
- Provide specific organ/system benefits
- Restore depleted adrenal function – in stress and “anxiety” burn out
- Increasing the healing and traumatic wounds, reduce bruising and swelling.
What will I feel during the FSM therapy?
The amount of electrical current that energy therapies like FSM use are actually quite small, and very much in line with what the body produces itself. This is one of the reasons for the safety and effectiveness of FSM, that it works with the body’s systems. Most patients feel absolutely nothing.
What is FSM used for?
FSM energy healing therapy is used for a variety of injuries which cause pain and inflammatory conditions, among them:
- ArthritisJoint Pain
- Myofascial Pain
- Scar Pain
- Neck/Shoulder Pain
- Herniated & Degenerative Discs
- Sports Injuries
- Sacroiliac Joint Pain
- Ankle, Foot, & Toe Pain
- Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
- Muscle Spasms
- Tennis/Golf Elbow
- Failed Back Surgery Pain