What is FSM and why is it so unique?
Frequency specific microcurrent (FSM) is a revolutionary therapy that dramatically increases the body’s ability to heal and repair itself. FSM can increase the rate of healing by up to 5 times and does so safely and effectively. Every function in the human body is electrically based. The electricity made inside your cells provides the power for your body. When microcurrent is applied to the body at a specific frequency (speed), it can have positive effects on the condition of tissues and organs. FSM can help the body recuperate, promote pain relief, relax muscles, dissolve scar tissue and improve healing, all at accelerated rates.
FSM provides electric current in the millionth of an ampere, which is below the stimulation threshold of sensory nerves. Your own cells generate a current in the micro-amperage. To put this into perspective if you are familiar with a TENS device, TENS devices deliver a thousand times more current. FSM is painless; in fact most people do not feel the current. Microcurrents are stealthy!
Facts about FSM:
Increases ATP (the body’s own chemical energy) production by up to 500%
Reduces Cox-mediated inflammation by approximately 60%
Increases protein synthesis by 70%
Increases amino acid transport by up to 40%
Remodels and transforms scar tissue
Increases “feel good” Beta endorphin levels
Helps restore depleted adrenal function
Reduces fracture repair time by up to 50%
Enhances DNA synthesis, insulin binding, oxygenation, cellular repair, intracellular calcium uptake and immune function
Enhances neuromuscular recovery rate between events
FSM frequencies address a wide variety of physical conditions, reduce pain, and improve function. An Example of conditions effectively treated with FSM:
sports injuries • workout recovery • tennis and golfer's elbow • low back and neck pain • carpal tunnel • post surgical pain • nerve and muscle pain • concussion • gout • asthma • CRPS • frozen shoulder • fibromyalgia • fractures • TMJ • Sciatica • sprains and strains • emotional issues • PTSD • arthritis • bronchitis • neuromuscular pain and inflammation • RSD • tendon and ligament issues • shingles • sinusitis