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Successful Spa Owner, Stephen Dowicz, Explains the Benefits of Frequency Specific Microcurrent Technology

The Data Workshop
Posted on: 27 Jul 17
Successful Spa Owner, Stephen Dowicz, Explains the Benefits of Frequency Specific Microcurrent Technology

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NORWALK, Conn., July 27, 2017

NORWALK, Conn., July 27, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Successful spa owner, Stephen Dowicz, explains the benefits of frequency specific microcurrent technology.

Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) is a breakthrough therapy that has the ability to dramatically increase the body's ability to heal—and repair—itself safely and effectively. All the body's functions are electrically cased, and this electricity powers the body. When the body experiences trauma or injury, the normal resonant frequency of that tissue is altered. When microcurrent is applied to the body at a certain speed, it can positively affect the tissues and organs. Fortunately, it is painless because it provides electric current in the millionth of an ampere—well below the stimulation threshold of the body's sensory nerves. When FSM is successful, it will return the tissues back to their normal frequency.

Here are some benefits of FSM to the body.

  • FSM helps the body recuperate.
  • FSM promotes pain relief.
  • FSM relaxes muscles.
  • FSM dissolves and remodels scar tissue.
  • FSM reduces fracture repair time.
  • FSM increases protein synthesis.
  • FSM helps restore depleted adrenal function.
  • FSM increases amino acid transport.

These benefits have a host of positive effects on the body, Stephen M. Dowicz maintains. The body will experience a decrease in pain, and increased healing rate, increased rate of motion, and decreased swelling. The following are among the conditions that FSM treats: lower back and neck pain, fractures, fibromyalgia, sciatica, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis (pain in the heel and foot), concussions, headaches, chronic fracture and bone pain, viscerally-referred pain, TMJ, shingles, kidney stones, irritable bowel syndrome, disc injuries, asthma, diabetic neuropathy, and burns.

In order for FSM to be effective, the patient must be hydrated. He or she should drink approximately one to two quarts of water during the two hours before the treatment, and then again after the treatment. Athletes should drink more.

The effects of FSM typically last from four to seven days, depending on the person. Chances are, the muscles have become accustomed to being a certain way, and may return to the former configuration if another FSM treatment is not administered. While it is possible to achieve permanent change with on treatment, more complex issues will most likely require more treatments.

About Stephen Dowicz: Spa Owner Stephen Dowicz is a successful businessman in the real estate and spa industries. He has made many charitable contributions over the course of his career and is an expert in private equity matters.

Media Contact: Phil Santinoceto, The Data Workshop, 509-281-6232, PR@thedatawork.com

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Last updated on: 27/07/2017

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