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Electricity Medicine – Pain Solution With Latest MicroCurrent Technology

Compendium and practical Instructions for applying Microcurrent in Therapy

The first Version of “Current Medicine” was included as a Textbook designed to help those with knowledge of Microcurrent therapy with their Devices through general Guidelines. Therefore, it was better suited for Practitioners and those with medical Backgrounds.

There is a strong Need for a more organized Book that allows Therapists to control the Possibilities with Microcurrent.

Things have changed In this Version of Edition 2. Protocols were divided into three Categories: Nuclear Techniques, Emergency Protocols and condition-based Protocols. Each of these Sections is color-colored and is used to divide the Logs into more manageable Sections. The Goal is to give each User of Microstream Easy Access to the Knowledge they need through incremental Treatment Plans, taking the Descriptions and Settings of the Frequency environment accurately and purposefully from decades of Experience on this Area taken.

This Book contains the following new Protocols For Microcurrent Therapy:

  • Non-invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Sleep Improvement
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • CPRS – complex regional Pain Syndrome
  • Craniale nerve stimulation
  • Scoliosis
  • Fasciitis Plantaris
  • Stress
  • Tinnitus
  • Phantom Pain
  • … And many more

The Book provides a detailed Description of the respective Protocols in order to optimally coordinate their Therapy. On more than 200 pages A4, a detailed Presentation in Text and Graphics is not neglected. The Frequencies of the respective Protocols to perform frequency-specific Therapy with Microcurrent Is also included.

 

 

 

https://mikrostrom.com/buchvorstellung-modern-electromedicine-vol-1/


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