What is Frequency Specific Microcurrent?
Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) Technology Helps the Body heal itself.
Frequency Specific Microcurrent or FSM employs a very low level of electricity, generally imperceptible by the person, that functions similarly to the persons own natural electrical nervous system.
A frequency refers to the rate of an electronic pulse that is usually measured in hertz (Hz). The various frequency programs in the Healy can help repair tissue, reduce inflammation and swelling, induce pain relief, help balance a person mentally and provide relief from other bodily discomforts
These microcurrent programs stimulate the body’s own repair systems to activate and regenerate the tissues. Results may include tendon, ligament or muscle repair, concussion recovery, chronic illness, and more, In the regeneration process the cells become better able to utilize the foods and supplements eaten more effectively.
How is the Healy Used?
The Healy is a small device that can be attached to the clothing so folks can move around while their specific microcurrent program transmits to their bodies. But first the Healy scans the person's body to determine the microcurrent program that is the best at balancing and activating the cells and tissues at that particular moment. This determination keeps the guess work out of finding the right program for the individual.
You can imagine how much guess work there could be since Dr. Nuno Nina defined 144,000 Gold frequencies in his clinical work in helping his patients rejuvenate their bodies with his FSM programs. What a benefit the Healy provides in determining the most important programs for the individual at each session.
Once the specific program is determined, electrodes are applied to the area of the body (usually the arms) indicated by the Healy. Then the person relaxes while the program runs. Moving about can actually help the electron flow, but sitting and reading or meditating works well too, a time to relax and de-stress.
Drink plenty of fluids before the Healy session. Good hydration helps your body accept the frequencies better. It's no problem to get up and go to the bathroom while the Healy transmits the restoring frequencies to your body.
The only frequencies most people feel, as a slight tingle, are the ones below 1,000 hz. During the program the Healy app displays the number of the frequency, which changes throughout the specific program. If the frequency is 300,000 you won't be able to feel it, but it's still working to activate your tissues. If the frequency is 1.5 or 967 (as examples) you may feel it. It's easy to increase or decrease the intensity of the frequency if you want to feel the frequencies below 1,000 or if the higher intensities irritate you.
Frequency Specific Microcurrent is contraindicated if a person has any implanted electronic device such as; pacemakers, implanted pumps, cochlear implants. Also anyone with uncontrolled seizures or women who are pregnant should not use the Healy. In addition, certain frequencies should not be used in cases of acute infection, new scar tissue and acute fractures. Your health care practitioner needs to be consulted before using the Healy for these conditions.
What does it do?
The selected specific frequencies encourage the tissue targeted to heal naturally and reduce pain. The frequency specific to each individual type of tissue (each tissue vibrates at it's own individual unique frequency) has been identified for nearly every type of tissue in the body.
FSM also may increase the production of ATP (the energy molecule for the cell) in injured or degenerated tissues. ATP production may increase as much as 500% in damaged tissues. Can you imagine how much such a great increase in energy may contribute to the tissue recovery process?
Hospitals Use FSM
Physical problems that have responded favorably to FSM at the Cleveland Clinic and other hospitals and clinics.
Chronic muscle, ligament, tendo, bone injuries
- Chronic fracture and bone pain
- Disc injuries
- Disc injuries/discogenic facet-based pain
- Plantar fasciitis (pain in the heel and foot)
- Sports injuries
- Tendinopathy (inflammation of the tendon)
- Torticollis (the head is tilted to one side)
Nerve and Brain Problems
- Acute and chronic neuropathic (nerve) pain
- Diabetic neuropathy
- Neuromas (scarring to a nerve)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome