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Frequency-specific microcurrents

'Frequency-specific microcurrents' to the rescue for pain, injury and illness

Tuesday, December 31, 2013 by: Michelle Goldstein
Tags: frequency-specific microcurrents, pain relief, electromagnetic therapy

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(NaturalNews) Frequency-specific microcurrents (FSM) are an innovative system of treatments using micro-amperage current and frequencies on tissues to create healing and eliminate pain. There are hundreds of FSM practitioners around the world. Physicians utilizing the original electromagnetic therapy in the 1920s were threatened with license removal, causing the practice to go out of use for decades. In 1995, Dr. Carol McMaken rediscovered this safe practice and led its resurgence. Current licensed FSM healthcare providers include medical doctors, chiropractors and massage therapists. They utilize this innovative technique to expedite the body's natural healing from illness, inflammation and injury.

Remarkable healing and safety

Elizabeth Barnhart is a certified FSM practitioner who reports healing herself completely from a serious three-break wrist fracture, using her own FSM treatments. She was told by an orthopedic surgeon that without surgery she would never heal properly, nor be able to work again using her hands. She accomplished both. She has been utilizing her specialized training to help others heal from a variety of health issues including pain from burn scars, acute injuries and inflammatory health conditions.

Gynecologists have used FSM to promote healing of patients after childbirth. Ophthalmologists use FSM to treat age-related macular degeneration. Neurologist use FSM for nerve regeneration. Practitioners have successfully treated those with post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety. FSM treatments have been used to successfully heal sports injuries, concussions, inflammation, plantar fasciitis, irritable bowel syndrome, broken bones and pain from shingles, kidney stones, myofascial pain syndrome and fibromyalgia. It is particularly effective in treating nerve and muscle pain, inflammation and scar tissue. There are no reported side effects or risks.

Most common usages

FSM is used most frequently for pain relief and to accelerate healing from injuries or inflammation. It can be used in conjunction with acupuncture, since both treatments work energetically to heal in similar manners. Most individuals find this safe, alternative treatment when facing failure of conventional medicine to find relief from a sports injury or chronic condition. The treatments carry no risks associated with the conventional treatments of medication and surgery.

How it all began

Dr. Carol McMaken developed FSM treatments in 1995, having learned the treatment from an osteopath from Canada who had a 1920s-era machine. She has researched and developed training for FSM treatments, reviving this remarkable tool and bringing it to its current usage.

Dr. Albert Abrams is the most famous physician to first use electromagnetic therapy in the 1920s to remarkably treat those suffering from a variety of "incurable" diseases. Individuals traveled from around the country to seek his treatments and claimed extraordinary healing. Renowned author Upton Sinclair spent several weeks observing Abrams in his clinic and wrote an extremely favorable essay, "House of Wonders," describing the treatments. Sinclair provided details of the amazing recoveries that he witnessed at Abram's clinic. This therapy was used by several physicians in the early 1900s.

The head of the AMA, Dr. Maurice Fishbein, in 1934 attacked physicians using electromagnetic therapy, claiming that physicians using this therapy were quacks and would have their licenses removed. Fishbein declared that drugs and surgery were the future of medicine. Fishbein likewise eliminated the safe, successful Hoxsey cancer therapy treatment.

Conclusions and resources

If suffering from chronic pain or an injury, FSM offers a safe, effective treatment option. A practitioner can be found at this link: http://frequencyspecific.com. The treatment offers an alternative to surgery or medications, which are commonly recommended for sports injuries, pain or inflammation. For more information, see http://frequencyspecific.com.

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Interview by Michelle Goldstein with Elizabeth Barnhart, licensed massage therapist, certified FSM practitioner. Saint Louis, MO, December 23, 2013.





About the author:
Michelle is a mental health therapist who incorporates holistic approaches into her counseling practice. She has 25 years of experience successfully counseling individuals, couples and families.

Michelle became passionate about holistic health, healing and politics, after immersing herself into the world of alternative medicine looking for answers to a family member's health crisis. Beginning in 2008, Michelle learned that many standard health care recommendations, which she had long trusted, actually contribute to causing disease.

Michelle's health articles can be found at the following sites:





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