Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) can help you recover faster and reduce the effects of acute and chronic long term pain.

Microcurrent Therapy incorporates some of the most up-to-date research and techniques in injury and pain management, directly targeting individual tissues and cellular disturbances to repair damaged tissue and enhance bio-electrical activity.

Through the use of the FSM unit, individual tissues and cellular disturbances are directly targeted with streams of life giving electrons, which help normalise cellular energy production and function. These improvements in cellular bio-electrical activity are considered the hallmarks of healthy cellular function and may assist in reducing symptoms of degenerative diseases associated with ageing. The powerful anabolic effect of FSM Therapy helps;

Relieve pain

Reduce muscle spasms

Reduce muscle loss

Increase blood circulation to injured areas

Maintain and/or increase range of motion to injured areas.

FSM Therapy has been successfully used by Healthcare Professionals around the world to relieve the symptomatic pain associated with many conditions including:


Muscular aches

Spasms and cramps

Mild Neuralgia


And has been found to be helpful in conditions such as:


Chronic Fatigue

Digestive problems including IBS and Chronic inflammatory Bowel disease

Stress and Emotional issues

And so much more.

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