Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Frequency Specific Microcurrent is a therapy based on neutralizing and eliminating disease radiations through the use of electronic equipment. The effect is achieved through neutralizing those frequencies that are alleged to be incorrect for the damaged or affected tissues.

Practitioners of microcurrent therapy introduce a mild electrical current into an area of damaged soft tissue. The introduced current is believed to enhance the healing process underway in that same tissue. The current is applied using electrodes that have been either moistened or coated with a gel.

A study of 25 patients with chronic wounds found that Electro Pressure Regeneration Therapy (EPRT) accelerated wound healing. [cite journal |author=Lee BY, Wendell K, Al-Waili N, Butler G |title=Ultra-low microcurrent therapy: a novel approach for treatment of chronic resistant wounds |journal=Adv Ther |volume=24 |issue=6 |pages=1202–9 |year=2007 |pmid=18165202 |doi=] The use of microcurrent therapy and or electroacupuncture has been described, in a case report from the "Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association", as a possible treatment for high ankle sprain. [cite journal |author=Pajaczkowski JA |title=Rehabilitation of distal tibiofibular syndesmosis sprains: a case report |journal=J Can Chiropr Assoc |volume=51 |issue=1 |pages=42–9 |year=2007 |pmid=17657290 |doi=]


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