About Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS) Therapy

What is MPS Therapy?

MPS stands for Microcurrent Point Stimulation, a therapy that uses a special type of TENS device called the Dolphin Neurostim to deliver DC microcurrent into key points of the body to fight chronic pain. 

How does MPS Therapy help?

MPS Therapy helps with stress. When the body is in pain or in a weakened state, the sympathetic nervous system is stressed, or upregulated. This also known as fight-or-flight mode. One result of chronic stress in the body is tightened muscles which can affect the alignment of the musculoskeletal structure. This results in a vicious cycle of muscle compensation patterns, imbalances,  and more pain. An over-stressed sympathetic nervous system can cause sickness and adversely affect the organs and emotions as well.

The solution is to calm down the stressed-out nervous system, tight muscles, and impinged nerves using DC microcurrent.

How does MPS Therapy work?

MPS protocols are followed delivering DC microcurrent to specific nerve roots, muscles bellies, trigger points, and acupuncture points.

Scar Tissue Release

Scars, especially ones caused by surgery, can block the body’s bio-electric current travelling along meridians, as well as interfere with lymph flow, a critical part of the immune system. Scar tissue can also pull on the body’s connective tissues like an internal straightjacket resulting in compensation patterns, posture problems, and pain. Scar tissue can be reduced using MPS protocols to allow the body to heal quicker and improve range of motion.

Microcurrent Point Stimulation Therapy Releasing Scar Vivify Holistic Osteopathy Sarnia

Why not use a traditional TENS device?

The human body naturally operates on DC microcurrent electricity. A healing response of the nervous system occurs when current is less than one millionth of an ampere, in the microamp range. This is not possible with traditional TENS devices which use current in the milliamp range. 

ECG measurements have shown them to increase sympathetic stress while decreasing HF vagal tone and HVR – heart rate variability.  This is harmful because decreased HF is associated with increased stress and poor health while low HRV is an indicator of heart disease and diabetic neuropathy.

Research

 
Antoine Chevalier1*, K Armstrong and R Gokal, Center for Pain and Stress Research, Toronto, CA and University of Natural Health, IN, Department of Medicine, University of Manchester, UK
 
*Corresponding author: Antoine’s Chevalier, Department of Medicine, University of Manchester, 21010 Southbank St # 5050, Sterling, VA 20165, UK, Tel: +1 3017687374; E-mail: naturalhealthlic@gmail.com
 
Received: September 23, 2016; Accepted: March 20, 2017; Published: April 04, 2017
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