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Microcurrent and microcurrent therapy

Learn what micro-current, micro-energy and biostimulation therapy can do.

We would like to explain the benefits of microcurrent therapy and at the same time help you to find the right microcurrent device for you.

With more than 15 years of experience in the field of cell-regulating therapies such as micro-current therapy, we let you share our know-how.

Microcurrent therapy has been known in the US for years and is used there in complementary pain therapy. In Germany, this form of therapy is still relatively young and, however, in our opinion, there are various misinterpretations about microcurrents in Germany. With this website, we try to give you an overview and well-founded knowledge about this therapy.

An attempt is made to give you an overview of the possible applications of the therapy and to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of the different methods. We look back on more than 15 years of experience with microcurrent and have accompanied some device developments and developed several microcurrent devices ourselves.

There are now a number of devices “produce”, however, often show in the applications, serious differences. It is still (according to our knowledge) that there are only very few manufacturers in Germany who carry out clinical studies. From this we can define an important criterion for the seriousness of the respective manufacturer!

However, you should pay a lot of attention to devices in used devices so that you do not experience a nasty surprise in retrospect. Many interested doctors and therapists write us on this topic, so we have written a little tutorial with tips for you.

See our lates articles

Microcurrent in myofascial triggerpoints

Myofascial trigger points and microcurrent How can microcurrent therapy help in triggering therapy? Trigger points are points on the body that cause pain when pressed. This pain can occur directly on the trigger itself, but also on remote sites. Trigger points are divided into active and latent. (Gertsch, 2011) The classical therapy of trigger points […]

Microcurrent Regulation Pattern

Microcurrent Regulation Pattern part 1 of 3 The application of microcurrents is very diverse. On the one hand proven in pain therapy and on the other, highly valued in the field of regulation. Some time ago, the process around Reself in the microcurrent regulation scene made a big round using the concept of circulation, supply […]