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SIBO and FSM

SIBO and FSM Webinar

How exactly does FSM help SIBO? Part of the problem with SIBO is small bowel integrity and leaky gut. Leaky gut and the health of the small bowel is compromised. So we help repair that with electrical current and frequencies. We can reduce cytokines and inflammation directly reduce bloating and pain quiet Central sensitization and […]

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Effect of adjuvant frequency-specific microcurrents on pain and disability in patients treated with physical rehabilitation for neck and low back pain

Background: Acupuncture is frequently offered for wounded warriors as a component of an integrated approach to pain and associated symptoms, with increasing availability at military treatment facilities and Veterans Administration hospitals. While medications can be effective for many patients, acupuncture and microcurrent therapies address the growing need to offer non opiate, non pharmaceutical therapeutics in […]

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Veteran Voices Podcast

VETERANS VOICES PODCAST – CAROLYN MCMAKIN

Ms. Carolyn McMakin and CW5 (R) Mary Hosteler discuss Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM). Carolyn is the founder of Frequency Specific Microcurrent and the author of Frequency Specific Microcurrent in Pain Management and “The Resonance Effect” and has authored eight peer reviewed papers. Mary is a retire US Army Chief Warrant Officer who served for “40” […]

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FSM and Strokes

FSM And Strokes

There are two types of stroke. One is an ischemic stroke, not enough blood or oxygen, getting to the brain. And the other is a hemorrhagic stroke where blood vessel ruptures and that has, that causes two problems. About 87% of strokes are ischemic. 13% are hemorrhagic. What causes a stroke?

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What Doctors Dont’ Tell You – Article

WDDTY Kate Montana March 2020 FSM article Healing with Frequency Specific Microcurrents On January 19, 2004, in a football game against the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens fractured his fibula (the long, thin bone of the lower leg running parallel to the tibia), ripped his deltoid ligament from the tibia, sprained his […]

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FSM Therapy for Wounded Warriors

Frequency-Specific Microcurrent as Adjunctive Therapy for Three Wounded Warriors

Background: Acupuncture is frequently offered for wounded warriors as a component of an integrated approach to pain and associated symptoms, with increasing availability at military treatment facilities and Veterans Administration hospitals. While medications can be effective for many patients, acupuncture and microcurrent therapies address the growing need to offer non opiate, non pharmaceutical therapeutics in […]

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