None of the risks associated with dry needling apply to Microcurrent point stimulation. There is no risk of infection, tissue damage or pneumothorax (punctured lung). Precautions do apply to those with pacemakers or other internally implanted electronic devices and you should inform your medical professional if you have any of these devices in your body. Caution must also be used if you have a seizure disorder so if this applies to you make sure your provider is aware of this.
Treatment with micro current is not painful and typically results in immediate as well as lasting pain relief. Treatment consists of placing a small pen tip like devices on the skin at strategic locations to deliver very low levels of gentle electrical energy to the nerves in the region.
Microcurrent Point Stimulation effectively treats a much wider variety of of conditions as compared to dry needling. While dry needling is directed specifically at muscle pain Microcurrent Point Stimulation is highly effective for treating muscle pain but also works very well on pain originating from nerves, discs, tendons and ligaments.
Microcurrent Point Stimulation is a very safe and effective way to eliminate may types of pain including neck pain, headaches, back pain, herniated discs, nerve pain, neuropathy and even chronic pain. This versatile method can also be used to effectively treat scars and adhesion.
I hope this article has allowed you to make a more informed choice about treating your pain or dysfunction. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about how you can eliminate your pain please feel free to contact us at 719 568 9790
and mention coupon code “MICRO” for a free in person consultation with one of out therapists.