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Frequency Specific Microcurrent Resolves Chronic Pain and Adhesions After Ulnar Transposition Surgery

Frequency Specific Microcurrent Resolves Chronic Pain and Adhesions After Ulnar Transposition Surgery Jodie Adams1* and Carolyn McMakin2 1 New Heights Physical Therapy, 5736 NE Glisan St, Portland Oregon, 97213, Portland 2 Fibromyalgia and myofascial pain clinic of Portland, Portland Summary Frequency specifi c microcurrent (FSM) has been used to treat myofascial pain syndrome [1,2] fi […]

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Visceral and Somatic Disorders: Tissue Softening with Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Visceral and Somatic Disorders: Tissue Softening with Frequency-Specific Microcurrent Carolyn R. McMakin, MA, DC,1 and James L. Oschman, PhD2 Abstract Frequency-specific microcurrent (FSM) is an emerging technique for treating many health conditions. Pairs of frequencies of microampere-level electrical stimulation are applied to particular places on the skin of a patient via combinations of conductive graphite […]

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Microcurrent Stimulation in the Treatment of Dry and Wet Macular Degeneration

Microcurrent stimulation in the treatment of dry and wet macular degeneration Laurie Chaikin1 Kellen Kashiwa2 Michael Bennet2 George Papastergiou3 Walter Gregory4 1 Private practice, Alameda, CA, USA; 2 Retina Institute of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, USA; 3 California Retinal Associates, San Diego, CA, USA; 4 Clinical Trials Research Unit, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of […]

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The Basis for Microcurrent Electrical Therapy in Conventional Medical Practice

The Basis for Microcurrent Electrical Therapy in Conventional Medical Practice

The Basis for Microcurrent Electrical Therapy in Conventional Medical Practice Joseph M. Mercola, DO and Daniel L. Kirsch, PhD, DAAPM Sponsored by the American College for Advancement in Medicine Volume 8 Number 2 Summer 1995 Journal of Advancement in Medicine Volume 8, Number 2, Summer 1995 The Basis for Microcurrent Electrical Therapy in Conventional Medical […]

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Nonpharmacologic Treatment of Neuropathic Pain Using Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Nonpharmacologic Treatment of Neuropathic Pain Using Frequency Specific Microcurrent By CAROLYN MCMAKIN, MA, DC Frequency-specific microcurrent (FSM) has been used for 10 years by numerous practitioners in various specialties (MDs, DCs, NDs, PTs) to treat myofascial pain and neuropathic pain in clinical practice (1-3). This retrospective analysis of patients treated for neuropathic pain in the […]

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Significant Enhancement of ATP-Synthesis in Cardiomyocytes By Electric Microcurrent - Journal of Car

Significant Enhancement of ATP Synthesis in Cardiomyocytes By Electric Microcurrent

Significant Enhancement of ATP Synthesis in Cardiomyocytes By Electric Microcurrent Karin Macfelda1 , Alexander Holly1 , Johannes Mueller2 ; 1 Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria; 2 Berlin Heals, Berlin, Germany Objective: The cardiomyocytes of failing hearts show a significant reduced ability to synthesize ATP. On the one hand, the ATP synthesis depends on the […]

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A pulsed DC electric field affects P2-purinergic receptor functions by altering the ATP levels in in vitro and in vivo systems

A Pulsed DC Electric Field Affects P2-Purinergic Receptor Functions by Altering the ATP Levels in Vitro and in Vivo Systems

A Pulsed DC Electric Field Affects P2-Purinergic Receptor Functions by Altering the ATP Levels in Vitro and in Vivo Systems J. C. Seegers,1 M.-L. Lottering,1 A. M. Joubert,1 F. Joubert,2 A. Koorts,1C. A. Engelbrecht,3 D. H. van Papendorp1 Departments of 1 Physiology and 2 Biochemistry, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa; 3 Department of Physics, […]

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