2021 July 3-Day Pain-Injury Core Livestream


Friday – Saturday – Sunday
July 23-24-25, 2021

9:00 AM  –  6:00-7:00 PM Pacific Time


SKU: FS-S-21-06-NVC-LVS-1 Categories: , ,


Frequency Pain and Injury 3-Day Module Syllabus
Specific Microcurrent Core Seminar

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the learner will be able to:
1. Recognize the various causes of myofascial trigger points and muscle pain.
2. Recognize what FSM treatment protocols are appropriate for which causes of myofascial pain
3. Recognize symptoms that indicate the need for surgical or medical referral
4. Recognize and deal with the most common side effects of FSM treatment for myofascial and neuropathic pain.


Books published by the instructor:

The Resonance Effect, Carolyn McMakin MA, DC

Frequency Specific Microcurrent in Pain Management, Carolyn McMakin






Course Overview

Pain and Injury Core Module can be taken as a stand-alone training for
Frequency Specific Microcurrent. In this module, all of the basic
information will be taught for the clinician to start practicing Frequency
Specific Microcurrent. This module is appropriate for any clinician but is
especially appropriate for MDs, NDs, DOs, NP. LACs, OTs, and PTs that
treat any musculoskeletal pain or neuropathic pain and injuries. This
module also covers Frequency Specific Microcurrent for emotional
issues. This module integrates Functional Medicine and exercise
therapies shown to support lasting effects of Frequency Specific
Microcurrent used to treat and pain or injury.
Pain and Injury Core Module starts with an introduction into the history of
FSM development and the proposed mechanisms of action. This course
covers basic theory and basic practice of Frequency Specific
Microcurrent. Then it covers using Frequency Specific Microcurrent for
myofascial pain and myofascial pain secondary to disc, facet and
ligamentous injuries and myofascial pain secondary to spinal cord
inflammation and visceral organ involvement. This course covers with
frequency protocols shown to help mild concussion and various
emotional issues.


Course Materials

● FSM Core Pain and Injury Core Module Course slides PDF’s
● Core FSM Frequency Laminate
● Pain and Injury Core Module Core Summary Protocols Workbook
● Pain and Injury Core Module Core Practicum Workbook
● Core Equipment Practicum Workbook
● Frequency Specific Microcurrent Published Papers
● Course handouts PDF’s
● Digital copies of all course materials
● Certification information
● Patient intake form templates
● Full standard protocols breakdown
● FSM consent and confidentiality agreement
● FSM core course evaluation
● House of Wonder article – Upton Sinclair
● Pain management protocols for myofascial pain
● Protocols for disc, facet, and ligament laxity mediated pain
● Protocols for new and post-operative injuries
● Protocols for shingles presenting as a new injury
● Protocol descriptions
● Lifestyle, exercise, and nutritional protocols to help with
maintaining FSM results









 Topics Covered

● The biophysics of Frequency Specific Microcurrent
● Research supporting Frequency Specific Microcurrent
● The proposed mechanism of action of Frequency Specific Microcurrent
The Equipment
● FDA requirements, precautions, and contraindications for device use.
● How Frequency Specific Microcurrent is applied to the body.
● How to choose appropriate waveforms and current levels for various patients and conditions
Frequency Specific Microcurrent for Myofascial Pain:
● The mechanisms of neuropathic component of myofascial pain and myofascial trigger points
● Myofascial pain caused by spinal disc injuries, spinal facet joint inflammation and ligament injuries
● Suboccipital muscles myofascial pain associated with alar ligament laxity and dural adhesions
● Full Body myofascial pain associated with spinal cord inflammation
● Myofascial pain and trigger points associated with visceral referral
● Energetic or psycho-spiritual causes of myofascial pain
Treating Injuries
• Week 1 to week 4 after injury
• Acute injury – onset to week 1
• Shingles masquerading as a new injury
• Post-operative recovery
• Fractures – acute
• Post fracture pain from a fracture more than 6 weeks old
• Wound healing
Treating the Nervous System
• Concussion
• Vestibular injuries
• Neuropathic Pain
• Radiculopathies and traction injuries
• Compression neuropathies – CT, TOS
• Peripheral neuropathies
• FSM Certification
• FSM Advanced Course and Symposium
• FSM Sports Courses

 Course Schedule – Daily 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Pacific Time

Morning Break – 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Lunch – 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Afternoon Break – 3:30 PM – 4:00 PM

Day 1 AM FSM history and theoretical mechanism of action
Day 1 PM FSM & Myofascial pain

Day 2 AM FSM & myofascial pain from discs, facets, lax ligaments
Day 2 PM FSM & Injuries week 1-week 4

Day 3 AM FSM & new and post-operative injuries
Day 3 PM FSM & Concussion and Vestibular injuries
















Carolyn McMakin MA, DC
Office Location
3915 NE 38th Street
Vancouver WA 98661
Office Hours
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM PST

Additional information

Core Module Registration

First Time Attendee, Practitioner Assistant, Student – Currently Enrolled, Current FSM Practitioner

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