A novel way to heal fibromyalgia pain

Fibromyalgia is only one type of pain syndrome that is helped dramatically by FSM.

by Betsy Timmerman — 

Many years ago, I met Dr. Carolyn McMakin in California at a fibromyalgia conference sponsored by the National Fibromyalgia Association. She was demonstrating her frequency specific micro-current (FSM) program and was touting it as a virtual cure for fibromyalgia.

At the time, there were few practitioners of the art, but today there are many more trained professionals who are using FSM with startling results.

Dr. McMakin treated 49 different patients suffering from fibromyalgia, whose pain ranged on a scale of one to 10, with 10 being the most painful. At the end of the study, the average person’s pain was reduced from a level of 7.3 to 1.3 after the first treatment. With subsequent treatment, 31 of the 49 patients went on to recover completely. Their pain was gone and did not return.

Fibromyalgia is only one type of pain syndrome that is helped dramatically by FSM. Before the 2012 Super Bowl, wide receiver Terrell Owens suffered a devastating injury, which traditionally takes at least four months to heal and, after that length of time, would have normally resulted in permanent pain and immobility. Owens underwent FSM treatment, and six weeks later he played in the Super Bowl with full range of motion and very little discomfort.

FSM treatments consist of tiny electrodes that are attached to areas of the body where pain is experienced. A tiny, imperceptible electrical current is run at a rate comparable to what the body’s cells normally produce. These cells then resonate and begin the healing process. When the correct frequency is applied to the cells of the body, cellular activity and the amount of energy produced by those cells are increased.

One study has shown that energy produced with micro-current increased by 500 percent. FSM literally helps rebuild the damaged tissues, including ligaments and tendons. Tendon pain is most common in fibromyalgia syndrome sufferers.

If you suffer from fibromyalgia and are wondering what treatment will give you the most value for your money and time, this is one to investigate.

 

Betsy Timmerman, C.B.P.M. is a fibromyalgia educator, Certified Trigger Point Myotherapist and a First Line Therapy Therapeutic Lifestyle Educator, helping people prevent and reverse disease. 623-251-7547 or 617-943-5570.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 31, Number 2, April/May 2012.

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