Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) is a system of treatment using micro-amperage current and the resonance effect of frequencies on tissue and conditions to reduce symptoms and improve health.
The Microcurrent is current in millionths of an Ampere. Micro-Amperage current is the same kind of current your body produces on its own so you can’t feel the current. Microcurrent has been shown to increase ATP energy production in cells by 500% and numerous papers document its ability to improve healing in wounds and fractures.
The frequencies appear to change pain function and even structure in a large number of clinical conditions. FSM is especially good at reducing inflammation, treating fibromyalgia, nerve, joint and muscle pain and dissolving or softening scar tissue. The frequencies to reduce inflammation have helped thousands of patients with inflammatory conditions such as asthma, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), cardiovascular disease and diabetic neuropathies. Patients who are treated within four hours of new injuries such as car accidents or surgeries have reduced pain and a greatly accelerated healing process due to the effects of both the current and the frequencies. Conditions that benefit from FSM are:
“Thousands of patients with conditions that did not respond to other medical therapies recovered from pain and disability through the non-invasive treatment of Frequency Specific Microcurrent.”
~ Dr. Carolyn McMakin, Developer of FSM Treatments, Portland, OR
The effectiveness of FSM depends almost entirely on an accurate diagnosis. Shoulder pain can come from muscles, tendons, bursts, nerves or the joint. FSM will treat all of these pain generators effectively but the practitioner must treat the right tissue for the correct condition to effectively eliminate the pain.
Our practitioners were professionally trained and certified through FSM seminars by Dr. Carolyn McMakin, the leader in FSM education. They follow the concept that FSM is to be used as an adjunct to therapeutics appropriate to their discipline for the patient after proper diagnosis.