Frequency Specific Microcurrent
FSM is useful to treat any form of inflammation involving muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, organs, and nerves.
Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) is a new system of treatment for chronic pain using a specific electrical frequency current. FSM is useful to treat any form of inflammation involving muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, organs, and nerves.
These electrical frequencies have been proven to decrease biochemical markers of inflammation and increase endorphins, which help the body to heal and decrease pain. The FSM device, similar to a TENS unit, delivers the microcurrent. However, unlike a TENS unit it delivers 1,000 times less current, which is the same kind of current your body produces within each cell. It is very small and generally the current flow cannot be felt.
The patient simply lays on a treatment bed and electrical wires are attached to the painful areas using electrodes. The treatment is then specified to each patient’s condition based upon areas affected and how the muscles respond when the current is applied. Frequencies have been identified for nearly every type of tissue in the body and could be beneficial for conditions such as chronic headaches, whiplash, fibromyalgia and joint pain, anxiety, insomnia, and wrinkles.