MICROPOINT STIMULATION (MPS) All Natural, Drug-Free Pain Relief!
MPS Scar/Adhesion Release Therapy
Scar Release and Pain Therapy!
The science behind the application of the Dolphin is by using key acupuncture/trigger points called Microcurrent Point Stimulation or MPS Therapy. MPS combines the principles of western neurology, stress management, integrative dentistry, and scar therapy with Eastern acupuncture philosophies. The combination of these therapies results in the reduction STRESS and chronic pain throughout the human body. How does it work? MPS Scar Release & Pain Therapy
Dolphin was born out of neurology endorphin research of the 1980’s, which was the first time science recognized how special types of DC electro currents can positively influence the human body. Direct Current (DC-used in MPS) flows in one direction, is found in nature and “runs” your heart and nervous system. Alternating Current (AC) has a back and forth flow of current, and powers most of our household appliances and traditional TENS (Transcutaneous Electro Nerve Stimulator) devices. AC stimulation is man-made and is not found in nature.
Some of the results produced by the MPS Pain Therapy are:
Reduces muscle spasms Stimulates lymph circulation Accelerate Cellular Healing Improves athletic performance Lessens the appearance of scars Relieve Chronic & Acute Pain Reduce Stress and Regulate the Autonomic Nervous System Helps to relieve stress on the body from fascial tension Improves the flow of oxygen and nutrients through the body
It has been tested that MPS and Dolphin may be successfully applied to:
Arthritis Back pain Sciatica Bursitis Knee pain Hip pain Tendonitis Fibromyalgia TMJ Inflamed joints Carpal tunnel Sports injuries Frozen shoulder Menstrual cramps Scars & Adhesions, and much more...
Articles about MPS Scar Release an Pain therapy:
|3 Ways Scars & Traumas Directly Affect Muscles||USA TODAY: Microcurrent Point Stimulation: A New Hope||C-Section Scars and the Dolphin Neurostim||How the Dolphin Neurostim Affects Circulation|
How effective is the Dolphin Neurostim for pain relief?
The majority of our patients, therapists and doctors have reported 50-75% relief within one or two treatments. Properly applied, almost every patient will respond favourably within 2-3 applications!
What does the medical profession say about the Dolphin Neurostim?
Practitioners all over the world are discovering the benefits of the Dolphin Neurostim’s pain relieving abilities. Our unit is helping thousands of patients in hospitals, chiropractic, massage, and physiotherapy clinics.
There are two general types of electric current: the back-and-forth flow of alternating current (AC), which powers most of our household appliances and traditional TENS (Transcutaneous Electro Nerve Stimulator) devices, and DC, which flows in one direction and mirrors the human nervous system. The Biomedical Engineering Handbook states, “DC current heals, AC current inhibits.”1 The author of The Body Electric, Robert Becker, goes further in stating, “the body’s nervous system runs on DC current … no subsequent healing of any injury may occur without DC stimulation.”2
Microcurrent is optimally applied via direct point stimulation, not with electrode pads. It allows for precise targeting of treatment points with low amperage stimulation for therapeutic outcomes. The stimulation mimics the therapeutic effects of traditional acupuncture, providing pain relief to patients. The application of microcurrent to acupuncture and myofascial trigger points (MTP’s) is MPS Therapy.
Non-invasive MPS permits easy integration of several potent pain-relieving therapies (acupuncture and neural therapy), into clinical or home settings.
Dr. Jay P. Shah, MD, of the National Institute of Health, stumbled upon MPS to relieve his own pain. He says he’s used it daily for some 15 years to treat clients with neck, shoulder, back and other soft-tissue pain.
A pain specialist by training, Shah has also studied acupuncture and finds that MPS offers many of the same advantages in relaxing muscles to ease pain.
“It’s a wonderful tool for patients to treat themselves,” Shah says. “
[It also] causes them to rely less on medications. As a doctor, you give pain medications but you really are not getting to the underlying cause of the problem, which is often the upregulation of the nervous system and muscular contractions.” For complete article click here