Frequency Specific Microcurrent
Overview - Capabilities of FSM
- Heal injuries faster
- Decrease muscle soreness
- Reduce inflammation
- Treat nerve injuries and pain
- Increase range of motion
What is FSM?
Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) is a type of physical therapy that uses a microcurrent (a measured current in millionths of an amp) to increase cellular ATP energy production.
FSM increases the production of ATP, your own chemical energy, by up to 50%. In addition, FSM treatments increase protein synthesis and waste product removal, thus facilitating the healing of injured tissues.
How is FSM Performed?
One of our doctors will apply wet towels, which conduct frequencies from the machine to particular tissues in the body, to the afflicted area. Frequencies will be used to deliver current to the muscles, nerves, and other tissues or organs.
As the correct frequency is applied, the tissues will soften and become less painful. This softening and pain relief seems to be long lasting and, in many cases, permanent. Although patients experience noticeable changes in one treatment, the average number of treatments depends of the complexity of the problem.
What Can FSM Treat?
Here is a list of just a few of the many ailments that can be treated by FSM:
- Joint inflammation
- Chronic Pain
- New injuries
How Does FSM Work?
The FSM works on a principle of biological resonance. For instance, a singer can shatter glass when the note resonates with the crystal structure of the glass. Microcurrent frequencies resonate with specific tissues when the frequency is correct. This occurs at the cellular level to increase the energy (ATP) in your tissues. Once the tissue is changed and stable, it remains in the new configuration with proper nutritional support. Research confirms that FSM reduces inflammation by 62% without the toxic side effects of prescription drugs. No anti-inflammatory drug ever tested has produced more than a 4.5% reduction in swelling.