Microcurrent Therapy

Both human and animal bodies function through low-voltage conductivity. Currents flow through connective tissues, including muscles, tendons, ligaments, bone, and neurological pathways to the brain. When a person or animal is injured, its body's normal conductivity becomes altered.

Microcurrent therapy uses extremely small pulsating currents of electricity administered through various types of small therapeutic probes. The currents offer a corrective signal that normalizes abnormalities with no discomfort, side effects, overdoses, or over-stimulation.

Microcurrent instruments, particularly the Acuscope and Myopulse, are sophisticated electronic medical instruments with an input-output mechanism. The low voltage microcurrent they use allows healing of damaged neural and connective tissue. What makes the Acuscope and Myopulse instruments unique is that they are the only microcurrent instruments available that are able to decipher abnormal tissue response and adjust the electrical output to produce a corrective current that normalizes or relaxes damaged tissue.

These instruments find the abnormalities caused by injury, disease, or toxins and then send out a corrective signal until the injured area is normalized electrically, thus allowing blood to flow into the injured, diseased, or toxic area instead of going around it. This enhances the body’s ability to heal itself in an accelerated manner, as cells reach a state of homeostasis, their natural state of well-being.

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