Clinical Proof of Concept

Micro-current electrical stimulation has been used or studied for many different therapeutic applications. Studies have been conducted which demonstrate the efficacy of MCT for :-

Reduction in pain management scores with accompanying substantial reduction in serum levels of the inflammatory cytokines IL-1, IL-6 & TNF-X, and neuropeptide substance P. Beta - endorphin release and increase in serum cortisol

  •  McMakin C, Gregory W, Phillips T. Cytokine Changes with Microcurrent Treatment of Fibromyalgia Associated with Cervical Spine Trauma. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (2005) p.9, 169-176

Significant pain reduction and increased range of motion in chronic back pain, fibromyalgia, cervical pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and arthritis patients

  • Mäenpää H, Jaakkola R, Sandström M, Von Wendt L. Does microcurrent stimulation increase the range of movement of ankle dorsiflexion in children with cerebral palsy? Disability & Rehabilitation. Vol 2N6, Number 11/June 3, 2004, P.669-677
  • Naeser M, et al. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Pain Treated With Low- Level Laser and Microamperes Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation; A Controlled Study, Arch Phys med Rehabil Vol 83 July 2002

Reduction of pain in degenerative joint disease of the temporomandibular joint?

  • Bertolucci LE, Grey T. Clinical comparative study of microcurrent electrical stimulation to mid-laser & placebo treatment in degenerative joint disease of the temporomandibular joint. Cranio, 1995, Apr; 13(2):116-20 

Lasting reduction in myofascial pain of the head, neck and face

  • McMakin, C, Microcurrent treatment of myofascial pain in the hand, neck and face. Top Clin Chiropract. 1998; 5:29-35, 73-75

Reduce severity of muscle damage signs and symptoms

  • Lambert, M, Marcus P, Burgess T, Noakes T. Electro-membrane microcurrent therapy reduces signs and symptoms of muscle damage. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. Vol 34, No. 4, Pp.02-607, 2002