Core Seminar Information
Qualifications to Attend
The course is geared towards medical, chiropractic, osteopathic and naturopathic physicians, acupuncturists, physical and occupational therapists, massage therapists and the assistants who function in all of these clinical settings. In order to practice FSM and purchase and use the equipment a practitioner must have a license that allows them to use electrical stimulation or does not restrict them from using electrical stimulation on patients or must work for someone who has such a license.
CE approval of this course does not imply that the accrediting body supports the views of the presenter or the sponsors.

CEUs available for DCs, NDs, and some PTs, LAcs, and MTs. CEUs vary per state. Please call the office for more information.

Distant Learning
In the USA, we offer the Core on DVD for health practitioners unable to attend in person for initial training. The price is $795 plus shipping for the DVD set and seminar materials. During the Core presentation you will notice the class doing hands-on practicums. Because we consider this an important step in the training that you will miss, we are offering you a one-on-one practicum with a trained instructor at no additional charge to you. This is a great opportunity to work with an experienced FSM practitioner and ask any questions that you may have. To find a trained instructor, click here.

In Ireland, national certifications are available only at the National Training Center. The Core DVDs do not qualify for the national certification.

Seminar Registration Policy
Classes are non-refundable and non-transferable. If you cannot attend a seminar, we will reschedule you to a future seminar. Seminars are subject to cancellation or rescheduling depending on attendence.
Core Syllabus
Cost: $795
Student Rate: $395
Re-attendence: $395
Daily Schedule:
Friday 8:30AM to 6 PM (8 hours)
Saturday 8:30AM to 6 PM (8 hours)
Sunday 8:30 M to 6 PM (8 hours)
Hours 1-2
History of microcurrent and history of use of specific frequencies
Microcurrent basic definition
General microcurrent contraindications precautions
Basic definition of terms for use
Conceptual framework for Frequency Specific Microcurrent
Principles of biologic resonance, energy wells and stable states, basic biophysics of resonance
Hours 3-4
Using Frequency Specific Microcurrent
Protocols for myofascial pain
Precautions and contraindications for myofascial protocols
Hour 5
Practicum 1 hour: Hands on practice on other members of the class
Students learn how to how to set-up and use a microcurrent instrument, how to care for the equipment, how to position the patient and use the treatment
How to read the frequency sheet, use and operate the machine, communicate with the patient about the treatment, clean and store the equipment.
Hours 6-7
Protocols for myofascial pain complicated by neuropathic pain, nerve traction injuries, cord mediated inflammation (cervical trauma fibro)
Fibromyalgia associated with cervical trauma - data from publication, neuroendocrine changes
Differential diagnosis to choose appropriate treatment protocols
Protocols for facet generated pain
Protocols for disc injuries
Protocols for ligamentous injuries
Hour 8
Practicum 1 hour: Hands on practice on other members of the class
Treating the neck supine
Students learn how to position the patient and use the treatment protocols.
How to read the frequency sheet, use and operate the machine, communicate with the patient about the treatment, clean and store the equipment.
Hours 9-11
Protocols for injuries less than 6 weeks old
Protocols for injuries less than 48 hours old
Protocols for the nervous system
Treating concussion, trauma, constitutional factors
Basic concept of constitutional factors, applications
Protocols for improved nervous system function
Frequencies thought to address certain conditions
How to combine condition and tissue frequencies into treatment rationales for specific patient complaints
PARQ process to be used with patients
Hour 12
Practicum 1 hour: Hands on practice on other members of the class
Treating the neck and upper back prone
Hours 13-15
Protocols for cervical trauma fibromyalgia
Protocols for neuropathic pain and traction injuries
Protocols for nerve adhesions
Protocols for post herpetic neuralgia
Protocol for diabetic neuropathy
Protocol for chemical and heavy metal based neuropathies
Hour 16
Practicum 1 hour: Hands on practice on other members of the class.
Treating the low back prone or supine
Hours 17-19
Frequencies for tissues including various visceral systems and organs
Protocols for various organ systems and conditions.
Rationale for choosing what frequencies to run for what conditions in various tissues
Hour 20
Practicum 1 hour: Hands on practice on other members of the class.
Treating any condition present in the student being treated
Precautions, contraindications, warnings
Hours 21-23
Additional visceral treatment protocols, precautions and contraindications
Frequencies thought to address emotional issues. Rationale for combining them and how to use them.
Case histories
Treatment program planning and rationale
Questions answered through out the day
Hour 24
Practicum 1 hour Hands on Practice on other members of the class
Demonstration - Treating the TMJ muscles, Setting up the probes, treating acupuncture points with microcurrent probes
Practitioners who take the FSM course material on DVD will have
a 6 -7 hour microcurrent practicum provided by a certified microcurrent instructor.
Course topics, goals and objectives:

The course covers basic microcurrent information and the use of specific frequencies and protocols thought to address specific tissues and conditions based on the principles of biologic resonance. The first part of the course focuses on the frequencies and protocols used to treat chronic myofascial pain, new injuries and injuries less than six weeks old, discogenic pain, post concussive syndrome and neuropathic pain. The third day of the course focuses on the frequencies needed to treat visceral conditions, and functional medicine applications.

At the end of the class the student will be able to operate a microcurrent instrument, care for and maintain the equipment, position a patient, select specific frequencies for treatment, choose appropriate protocols for appropriate conditions and treat a patient for chronic myofascial pain, neuropathic pain, cervical trauma fibromyalgia, and facet generated pain. The student will be able to treat a new injury or chronic problems in the nervous system or in various visceral systems. The student will understand how to combine frequency protocols and nutritional supplements to support the changes made during treatment and create lasting improvement. The student will have an understanding of the side effects, contraindications and limitations of the treatment method and will be able to explain them to patients.

These protocols and statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Resonance Therapy is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease or condition and is to be used as an adjunct therapy.