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Frequency Specific Microcurrent
Therapy for pain management

Frequency Specific Microcurrent is a very gentle treatment for alternative pain relief. Using specific frequencies of electrical current to cause vibration in your cells, this therapy offers relief from pain caused by a variety of diseases and conditions.


At an Orthomolecular Society meeting, Carolyn McMakin, DC, presented research on 53 fibromyalgia patients. With frequency specific microcurrent therapy, pain dropped from 7.3 (on a scale of 10) to 1.3. Amazingly, 58% of patients saw resolution of their fibromyalgia within four months. All had improvements.

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Frequency Specific Microcurrent for neck pain

In 50 cases of neck pain, researchers reported pain scores dropping from 6.8 to 1.5 on a scale of 10. These patients had an average of 4.7 years of chronic pain. Of the other treatments they had tried for pain relief, 88% failed completely.

Lumbar myofascial pain

With lumbar myofascial pain, the researchers had very similar results to the neck pain patients.

Neuropathic Pain

All patients suffering from neuropathic pain had improvement, with 65% having total recovery.

Diabetic vascular ulcers

Photos of diabetic ulcers showed healing in three weeks, after six treatments of frequency specific microcurrent.

Note: In medical communities, the acronym FSM is often used to mean frequency specific microcurrent, but on the Internet, other meanings of that acronym are so numerous that using FSM to search for info on Frequency Specific Microcurrent just doesn’t work anymore.

More alternative pain relief from FSM

Dr. McMakin says she has a 100% success rate in eliminating chronic pain from shingles. She also has a 100% success rate in correcting hyperthyroidism, pain from kidney stones, and carpal tunnel syndrome, if caught early enough.

FSM for macular degeneration

See details about successes in treating macular degeneration with FSM on our Treatment for Macular Degeneration page. 

Other uses for FSM

Well, here's a fascinating article from the U.S. National Institutes of Health on frequency specific microcurrent. It says "FSM has emerged over the last decade as a reproducible treatment for various somatic and visceral conditions including fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and myofascial and neuropathic pain...FSM practitioners consistently observe a profound and easily palpable change in tissue texture within seconds of applying frequencies appropriate for a particular disorder."

Elsewhere in the article (Read the whole thing.), at the top, it describes how many conditions are accompanied and perhaps partially caused by muscle tension. FSM is extraordinarily good at tissue softening, which benefits the patient. (Thanks to utahsportsandwellness.com for the Terrell Owens image.)

FSM Machines
FSM machines are completely legal and approved by the FDA. They are a more sophisticated version of a TENS unit, which is very commonly used to treat pain.

Find a doctor
You can find a doctor who uses frequency specific microcurrent at the official Web site.

Home units
There are home units available by prescription for fibromyalgia, whiplash, sports injuries and more.


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