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Microcurrent in Wellness and Sports Performance Enhancement

Microcurrent podcast

Microcurrent in Wellness and the Increase In sports Conduction   Here’S the full Transcription of the Podcast about Microcurrent In Wellness and Sports Performance Enhancement   I: Welcome to a new Podcast of Mikrostrom Punkt com, today again an interesting Edition, namely an interview. As an Interviewee, I have won Doctor Thorsten Stüker. He is […]

Book Launch-Current Medicine

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 […]

Leg length difference

Leg length differences How do leg length differences arise and what are the effects? How can microcurrent therapy be used here and what effects can be expected? Medicine describes as a leg length difference a difference in length of the lower extremities from the foot to the hip. In the case of the real leg […]

Microcurrent in epicondylitis

Microcurrent in epicondylitis Lateral epicondylitis is a musculoskeletal condition commonly found in outpatient physical therapy clinics. Various types of electrophysical modalities and exercise therapy have been used in the last ten years for the treatment of lateral epicondylitis. Lateral epicondylitis, also known as tennis elbow, is a disease characterized by pain over the lateral humeral […]

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 […]