WHAT IS MICROCURRENT & ACU-CURRENT THERAPY?
Micro-current therapy and Acu-current therapy use extremely low levels of electrical current (micro-currents or body electric) to treat nerve and muscle pain, inflammation, and other health challenges.
Each tissue type in your body has its own electrical frequency, which can be disrupted by an injury or disease. Mirco-current works by restoring normal frequencies within the cells, resulting in remarkable improvements in pain, inflammation, and function.
Micro-current therapy activates ATP, the energy that fuels all biochemical processes in the body, at the cellular level. In addition, it increases protein synthesis, a crucial step in tissue regeneration. An increase in blood flow and decrease in inflammation results in reduced pain and muscle spasms, as well as increased range of motion.
Microcurrent works for
- Back pain
- Diabetic ulcers
- Neck pain
- Slow-healing wounds
- Sports injuries
- Tendon and ligament pain
- Pacemakers or other implanted electronic devices
- Skin allergies
- Uncontrolled seizures
- Acute infection, new scar tissue (within six weeks) and acute fractures
The resonance stimulates cellular metabolism, sometimes resulting in a detoxification reaction. Side-effects can include nausea, fatigue, a temporary increase in pain, and/or flu-like symptoms. Most side effects disappear within 24 hours after treatment. It is possible to minimize side effects by drinking plenty of water, which helps the body flush out waste.
- Microcurrent therapy: A novel treatment method for chronic low back myofascial pain
- Efficacy of microcurrent therapy in the treatment of chronic nonspecific back pain: a pilot study
- Microcurrent point stimulation applied to acupuncture points for the treatment of non-specific lower back pain
- Effect of microcurrent stimulation on pain, shoulder function, and grip strength in early post-operative phase after rotator cuff repair
- Microcurrent therapy in the management of chronic tennis elbow: pilot studies to optimize parameters
- Microcurrent electrical nerve stimulation in tennis elbow
- Efficacy of microcurrent therapy for the treatment of acute knee pain: A randomized double-blinded controlled clinical trial.
- Microcurrent stimulation at Shenmen acupoint facilitates EEG associated with sleepiness and positive mood: a randomized controlled electrophysiological study
- Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation: An Emerging Therapy
- Electro-membrane microcurrent therapy reduces signs and symptoms of muscle damage
- New aspects of microcurrent electrical neuromuscular stimulation in sports medicine
- Microcurrent stimulation in the treatment of dry and wet macular degeneration
- Is microcurrent stimulation effective in pain management? An additional perspective
- Microcurrent as an adjunct therapy to accelerate chronic wound healing and reduce patient pain
- The basis for microcurrent electrical therapy in conventional medical
- Low-intensity microcurrent therapy promotes regeneration of atrophied calf muscles in immobilized rabbits