Core connections now uses 2 new modalities developed in the last 10 years to address chronic pain, scar tissue, neurological symptoms and disease:
PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic frequency)
PEMF therapy works by inducing a mild electrical magnetic current into damaged cells, PEMF therapy slows or stops the release of pain and inflammatory mediators, increases blood flow of the cells, and re-establishes normal cell interaction. With reduced inflammation, pain decreases, energy increases, and faster tissue healing occurs.
Many chronic musculoskeletal, cancerous and neurological conditions can benefit from PEMF therapy.
Microcurrent is the application of frequency specific electrical currents to the injured part of the body. Microcurrent Therapy helps injured tissue heal faster and provides relief from pain caused by injury or chronic conditions.
How Microcurrent Therapy Works.
Your body has a natural electrical current that provides intercellular communication through electromagnetic signaling. When you have an injury, this signaling is disrupted or diminished. Without the proper electromagnetic signals, your cells cannot do their job efficiently.
Microcurrent therapy helps to restore your electromagnetic field back to normal, thus allowing your injured cells to repair themselves. This leads to healing and prevention of re-injury.
If you would like to know more about how microcurrent therapy works, we suggest you read The Body Electric: Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life, by Robert Becker, M.D. In this book, he describes how tiny electrical currents speed up healing and regeneration of injured tissue and bone.
Conditions that PEMF and Microcurrent Therapy can treat?
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
Reflexive Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
Spinal Disc Pain
Wound Healing (as related to surgical incision)
Interested in treatment or purchasing a Microcurrent device?
For more information about treatment or to purchase your Microcurrent Device, contact us via email or call us to book your appointment: