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Advanced Injury Repair – with Frequency Specific Microcurrent: see special offer limited spaces

Sunday, November 22nd, 2009

We’ve had such fantastic results with our Advanced Injury Repair programme, using frequency specific microcurrent, that we often feel like it makes no sense how well it works.  But it does!  The treatment has been developed in the U.S. over the past 100 years with improvements in technology that have allowed better and better results.  More recently Dr Carolyn McMakin has published several medical research papers which proves the anti-inflammatory and repair effects on the body.  As the FSM equipment is TGA approved in Australia, it has been through rigorous testing which have PROVEN the increase in cellular energy, the decrease in inflammatory hormones and the increase in the immune boosting capacity of the frequency specific microcurrent technology.

And…we use 2 machines simultaneously!  We’ll be discussing this treatment at our free pain talks in November: 25th & 26th – ring to book on 07 3348 6098 (see our ‘News’ page).

For people with recent injuries who need the Advanced Injury Repair we recommend 1-2 treatments per week: it has been proven to:

  • increase the hormones which stimulate healing and reduce inflammation (broken bones, wound healing, infections, pulled ligaments and tendons, nerve damage),
  • strengthening weakened tissues
  • for chronic pain issues more like fibromyalgia,
  • parkinsons & multiple sclerosis (we’re recommending long term, twice per month with nutritional supplementation to support the nervous and muscular systems)

It has been shown that 1 hour (1 machine) with our Advanced Injury Repair programme is equivalent to about 5 hours of massage.  The benefit of this is that people with some chronic health issues such as fibromyalgia cannot handle massage due to pain afterwards, whereas they do seem to handle frequency specific microcurrent quite well.

Call Gabby or Helen today on 3348 6098 to book…  always ask if there’s a special on offer, as we sometimes have ‘get started packages!’