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FSM treatment??
11 Replies
crystalmountz - October 24

Have any of you tried this? Did it work for you?


TERESA - October 24

What is THIS? How would I know if it is WORKING? LOL :)


carm - October 24

Which treatment are you trying again?


crystalmountz - October 25

What is Frequency Specific Microcurrent?
Microcurrent treatment was first used in the 1980s in Europe to treat injured sports athletes. Recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration and reviewed in medical journals, FSM therapy works by applying electrical stimulation to patient’s muscles via electronic equipment.

A doctor administers the treatment using specialized gloves that can detect electron frequencies in a patient’s body. It is called "frequency specific" because a doctor, using the gloves, locates abnormal frequencies in the muscular tissue and utilizes a micro-current to neutralize them. FSM has undergone clinical testing and has been proven to be a safe and non-invasive therapy for fibromyalgia, asthma, lupus, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, endometriosis, shingles, herpes, and sports injuries.

Benefits of FSM FSM has been shown to help improve circulation, increase energy, repair damaged tissue and detoxify the body. While some patients have reported immediate total recovery a few hours after their first session, others have needed extended therapy (more than one session) to completely eliminate their pain. In a fibromyalgia study of 160 people conducted from 1999 to 2003, patients said their pain reduced from a high pain point of 7.3 to a low pain point of 1.3 after their first treatment.


crystalmountz - October 25

I haven't tried it. My sister told me to look it up for her. I thought who better to ask than other fibromyalgia sufferers that have tried it or know someone who has.


Virg - October 25

I had electronic stimulation done on me by massueas/chiro years ago when I was in pain and fibro wasn't known. It really didn't do anything for me. I remember that real well because the treatment I was told was new to him at the time. But again to each thier own. With fibro more known they might know how to proceed better. I wouldn't think it would be harmful in any way.


carm - October 25

Wow, that is very interesting. You are very informed. If you try it or someone you know let me know how it goes. I could use some help with a bad shoulder neck problem.


TERESA - October 25

It sounds a lot like the Bowen treatments I've been taking! Only the Bowen techniqued uses the body's own electric pathways to heal it self. It is done by a certified massage therapist who does certainmassage like moves to sends messages to the brain from the effected area. I think it is working for me & I would recomend you try it!!


crystalmountz - October 25

Carm, I too have a severe neck shoulder problem. when I get really stressed out it seems to land there. the last time it was all fired up like this was in Feb. I ended up quiting my job.


crystalmountz - October 25

Teresa, thanks for the info on Bowens treatments. That sounds very interresting. let me know if it continues to work for you. I know sometimes it is hard to tell because of the ups and downs of the day to day symptoms.


crystalmountz - October 25

virg, I had electronic stimulation on different points in my back after an accident a few years ago but it was just a little disc thing with sticky stuff on it. they had the machine set too high and it hurt real bad but the lady left the room right after hooking me up. there was no glove involved though so it was different.
that was an awful experience.


barbar - December 17

Hey, can you check in and let us know how you're doing?



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