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What Is Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) ?
How can FSM treatment help me?
Treatment using Frequency Specific Microcurrent can help you by targeting any specific damaged area in your body and by increasing your body’s ability to heal itself by up to 500%. This generally decreases the time frame that you may suffer from an illness or pain.
The powerful effects of Frequency Specific Microcurrent Treatment can help your body to;
- Reduce pain
- Reduce muscle spasms
- Reduce muscle loss
- Enhance tissue repair
- Improve organ function
- Maintain and/or increase the range of motion to injured area
- Increase blood circulation and waste removal to an injured area
What has FSM treatment been used for?
Frequency Specific Microcurrent treatment is useful in assisting any part of your body to heal itself. Below is a small list of some of the more common complaints that Frequency Specific Microcurrent treatment has helped the body heal;
- rapid pain management
- cancer pain
- myofascial pain
- phantom pain
- stress relief
- tendon and ligament repair
- wound healing
- fluid retention
- scar tissue repair
- sciatic pain
- nerve and spinal cord mediated pain
- disc pain
- improving organ function
- enhancing detoxification pathways
- emotional disorders
- period pain
- pins and needles
- shingles pain
- back pain
- neck pain
- tennis elbow
- improving immune function
- improving liver function
- improving kidney function
- reducing inflammation
- improving digestive function
How does FSM work?
Frequency Specific Microcurrent treatment has been scientifically tested to show that it increases cellular repair by 500% and decreases inflammation by 40% in a four minute period. Frequency Specific Microcurrent treatment has also been shown to increase your cell’s ability to build protein and to transport amino acids within your cells.
When Frequency Specific Microcurrent is applied to injured tissue it supports the natural current flow in your damaged tissue allowing cells in the traumatised area to regain and hold their electrical charge.
Trauma affects the electrical potential of damaged cells resulting in the injured area having a higher electrical resistance than the surrounding non-damaged tissues. This decreases the ability of electricity to flow through the injured area, thus decreasing your cells electrical charge, which leads to an impairment of the healing process and an increase in inflammation.
When Frequency Specific Microcurrent is applied to the damaged tissue, resistance is reduced, which allows electricity to flow through the cells and re-establish normal cellular function. This process helps to initiate and perpetuate the many biochemical reactions that occur during the healing process.
Is FSM treatment approved?
Yes, Frequency Specific Microcurrent is a TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration of Australia) approved electrical treatment modality. It incorporates some of the most up to date research and techniques in injury and pain management, directly targeting individual tissue and cellular disturbances and enhancing their bio-electrical activity.
Is FSM safe?
Yes, the current provided by the Frequency Specific Microcurrent is in millionths of an amp and a voltage in millivolts which is similar to what is produced by our nervous system. You will not feel any electrical stimulation but you may experience a pleasant warmth in the inflamed tissue being treated.
Do the benefits of FSM last?
Yes, the results seem to be long lasting providing you have the required amount of treatments, which is usually a minimum of three, and refrain from going back to lifestle habits which may have caused your condition in the first place.
Are there any risks associated with FSM?
There are no records of harm being done to anyone treated with Frequency Specific Microcurrent. However, it can affect the way some earlier models of pacemakers work so we are unable to use Frequency Specific Microcurrent treatment on patients with these types of pacemakers.