Some potential benefits of learning FSM for practitioners may include:
- Non-invasive treatment option: FSM is a non-invasive treatment option that does not require the use of drugs or surgery, which may be appealing to some patients.
- Wide range of applications: FSM may be used to treat a wide range of conditions, including musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions, and chronic pain syndromes.
- High patient satisfaction: Many patients report high levels of satisfaction with FSM treatment, which may lead to increased patient retention and referrals for practitioners.
- Safe and well-tolerated: FSM is generally considered safe and well-tolerated, with few reported side effects.
- Continuing education opportunities: FSM training programs and continuing education opportunities may be available for practitioners who are interested in learning more about this therapy.
This therapy has been found to be effective in reducing inflammation, stopping nerve pain, and melting adhesions and scar tissue.
Chronic inflammation can lead to a variety of health problems. FSM has been found to be effective in reducing inflammation by targeting specific frequencies that disrupt the inflammatory process. This can be especially beneficial for conditions such as arthritis, tendinitis, and bursitis.
FSM has been found to be effective in stopping nerve pain by targeting specific frequencies that disrupt the pain pathways in the body. This can be especially beneficial for conditions such as sciatica, peripheral neuropathy, and post-surgical pain.
Adhesions & Scar Tissue
Adhesions and scar tissue are common complications of injury, surgery, and disease. These conditions can lead to chronic pain, limited mobility, and other problems. FSM has been found to be effective in melting adhesions and scar tissue by targeting specific frequencies that disrupt the formation of these tissues. This can be especially beneficial for conditions such as fibromyalgia, chronic pain, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
FSM is administered by a trained practitioner using a small device that delivers the electrical currents to the targeted tissues. The treatment sessions are usually short, usually around 15-30 minutes, and may be repeated several times per week, depending on the condition being treated.