Beneficial Claims of The Electrotherapy Microcurrent Treatment

Beneficial Claims of The Electrotherapy Microcurrent Treatment

Posted 8.10.2012 in Articles by Jess

Still a new and advancing concept, many people are curious about the true benefits of microcurrent treatment. Not only is microcurrent claimed to be an alternative to surgical face lifts, it's also used to treat a number of serious injuries and pain. As it is an evolving concept, the expanse of its advantages are still unknown. It's been proven to help with certain bodily problems with surgeons and physicians continuing to experiment to truly understand its full potential. What exactly has it proven to be beneficial for?

Microcurrent therapy treats a number of different injuries and diseases. It treats things such as arthritis, back pain, diabetic ulcers, fibromyalgia, headaches and neck pain. Despite that already long list, it also treats herpes, neuropathy, sciatica, shingles, slow-healing wounds, sports injuries, tendon and ligament pain, constipation and many many more. It's most common uses are to relieve pain, stimulate the regeneration of injured tissue, improve wound healing, change scar tissue, and relieve myofascial trigger points. 

Besides treating injuries and pain, microcurrent therapy is also used for non-surgical facelifts. It's a noninvasive cosmetic technique that safely and effectively improves the appearance and health of skin. Some may know it as a bio-ultimate facelift. It's gentle, relaxing, and painless with no recovery time. It's uniquely effective in rebuilding thinner parts of the skin, filling in wrinkles and lifting sagging muscles because of its ability to regenerate tissue by stimulating cellular physiology and growth. 

Another possible use of microcurrent therapy that is still undergoing research is to help cure addiction. Behavioral programs such as those used to stop smoking, lose weight, or stop drinking seem to benefit from the use of microcurrent therapy as well. 

It may also have anti-aging general health benefits. So far, studies have shown that using microcurrent therapy can help stimultate and rehydrate collagen, increase the uptake of nutrients within cells and significantly stimulate the excretion of waste products, including heavy metal from inside cells.

When used for pain, it provides long lasting relief that may even be permanent. Some surgeons have used it in cases of sports injuries to aid in the regeneration of bone growth. Doctors have treated sports injuries and temporomandibular join (TMJ) pain, migraines, burns, and post surgical trauma pains. 

Even cellulite treatments are heightened by utilizing microcurrent to increase blood circulation, metabolism, and lymphatic flow. All of which help to combat the fatty pockets which settle into colonies of excess fat beneath the surface of the skin.

Still under development, the list of benefits that arise from microcurrent therapy keeps growing. Whether you're treating a migraine or a sports injury, microcurrent therapy seems to be one of the most efficient and painless methods of treatment.

 

 

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