Acceleration of Healing Process | Pain Relief
Inflammation can cause additional harm to the body after a sprain, fracture or wound. It is the body’s natural response to an injury or infection. We know to apply ice immediately after an acute injury to lesson swelling and thus reduce the damage to surrounding soft tissue. FSM does even more to control inflammation and shorten the length of time needed to heal.
FSM is a technique that uses electrical stimulation to heal tissue. Physiotherapists and other health practitioners have used similar, less refined methods for decades. The ability to adjust the frequency is what makes FSM so much more effective.
Why it Works Our brain uses electric signals to communicate with our bodies. The brain can send signals such as “activate this muscle” and receive messages from the spinal chord such as “pain.” FSM uses the same type of electric current to effect change within the body. Different frequencies can help eliminate pain or reactivate cells that have shut down due to injury, allowing them to receive nutrients to enable healing. FSM treatment has been known to increase the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) by 500 per cent. ATP is what cells use for energy.
How it Works Session may take 30 to 60 minutes depending on conditions. Clients must be well hydrated to allow the FSM to be effective. The client rests comfortably while the microcurrent is delivered through electrodes placed on the area of treatment. Because the current is the same as what our bodies produce, there is no unpleasant sensation. This subtle stimulation of cells reduces inflammation, breaks up scar tissue, eases pain sensations and accelerated post-surgery or post-injury recovery. It has even been known to elevated mood, help shrink fat cells and tighten skin! That’s pain relief with an added bonus.
There are no contraindications for FSM, and no documented risks. Results may be seen in as few as five sessions.
Click the following link to see the published papers on FSM.