Microcurrent Point Stimulation: Cutting-Edge Treatment for Pain, Scars, and the Vagus Nerve
Holistic approaches to care are enormously beneficial to clients. And as a physical therapist, I’ve witnessed amazing results while using the Dolphin Neurostim, a Microcurrent Point Stimulation device to treat clients. This game-changing treatment has revolutionized how I care for my clients, and the response has been unanimously positive. Find out how this treatment can improve your health and wellness.
What is Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS)
Known as a revolutionary and innovative technology, microcurrent point stimulation is safe, trusted, and an effective holistic therapeutic approach to chronic pain, stress, and more. This integrative therapy has a powerful regenerative and healing effect.
MPS Therapy integrates the wisdom of acupuncture, osteopathy, neural therapy, and neurology with the Dolphin microcurrent. The Dolphin Neurostim device generates direct current (DC) micro-impulses to treat active trigger points, relax tight muscles therapeutically, and calm the nervous system to release endorphins (your body’s natural pain fighters).
The Dolphin device is exceptionally well designed and can detect and treat problematic areas in the body with great accuracy and efficiency. It simultaneously stimulates and regulates your body’s nervous, muscular, and endocrine systems. This multifaceted effect makes MPS therapy helpful in treating many challenging soft-tissue pain disorders.
Today Micropoint Stimulation is used across multiple disciplines, including Physical Therapy, Sports Medicine, Orthopedics, Pain Management, and more.
MPS can be Beneficial in the Treatment of a Variety of Conditions but Most Notably for the Following:
Harnessing the Power of MPS Therapy for Pain Management
Chronic pain is a common problem faced by men and women, particularly in the over 40 crowds. More often than not, pain is the driving force behind clients seeking treatment for relief. Thankfully, MPS offers new hope and impressive outcomes backed by science.
When it comes to chronic pain syndromes, sufferers all have an upregulated autonomic nervous system (ANS). This escalated hypersensitivity is sometimes caused by nerve root entrapment, misalignment, emotional dysregulation, or limitation of scars.
When it comes to treating pain, Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS):
Micropoint Stimulation in Scar Release Therapy
Turns out that scars from surgery or trauma are often the root cause of chronic pain and dysfunction (even surgery or trauma experienced decades ago). No matter the age of the scar -- it can still be treated and healed.
It’s a little-known fact that scars wreak havoc on your body, here’s how:
Scar Release Therapy with MPS Offers New Hope to Clients Suffering From Scar-related Dysfunction. Here’s What MPS Can do For You:
MPS Scar Release Therapy addresses and resolves how scars injuries interlink with past traumas to cause dysfunction and health problems. Known to reduce stress and chronic pain powerfully, it may well be the treatment you didn’t know you needed.
Because I’ve seen miraculous outcomes with MPS, it’s where I like to start.
Vagal Nerve Stimulation with Dolphin Neurostim Device
The vagus nerve is a powerhouse within the body and is the longest cranial nerve. It communicates between the gut and the brain. It is additionally responsible for controlling relaxation, decreasing inflammation, and lowering heart rate and blood pressure. When your vagus nerve is out of sorts, it affects you physically and mentally.
A dysregulated vagus nerve is problematic for many reasons, including:
Vagal Nerve Stimulation to the rescue! Receiving a vagal nerve stimulation treatment is much like getting an automobile tuneup; things just run more smoothly once after the fact.
Here’s what Vagal Nerve Stimulation with MPS can do for you:
Medical professionals near and far are buzzing about the vagus nerve and its relationship to physical, emotional, and psychological wellness – and it’s no wonder!
What Can You Expect During a Microcurrent Point Stimulation Treatment?
MPS treatment is commonly used for Scar Release Therapy, Vagus Nerve Stimulation, and Pain. It can help treat pain related to the flowing:
While MPS treatment will vary somewhat depending on what is being treated, here are some common things to expect.
Experience the power of Microcurrent Point Stimulation firsthand!
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