Microcurrent Therapy 

How does Microcurrent work?

The devices produce microcurrent impulses which are transmitted through the skin to interface with the body’s internal peripheral nervous system. (Specifically, the C-fibres of the nervous system that stimulates the production of neuropeptides and other regulatory peptides, which the body uses to heal itself)

It then ‘reads’ the body’s response to the stimulus through the changes in the electrical properties of the tissue being treated.  Because the devices feature this interactive response where the microcurrent signal is constantly being adjusted to the changes in the tissue, the body doesn’t become “habituated” to the micro-current signal.

Why does Microcurrent reduce pain?

Trauma and injury cause cells to lose their electrical charge.  Introducing the Avazzia device to the damaged area causes the cells to be stimulated and in effect re-charged and returned to their normal frequency, then they have the capability to function normally again.

Micro current therapy/electromedicine has been proven to remove pain and speed up the healing process. These hand-held, non-invasive neurostimulation Avazzia devices are cleared by the FDA for the symptomatic relief and management of chronic, intractable pain and the management of post-surgical and post-traumatic pain.  They enable patients to take control of their pain management and be less reliant on external support using pharmaceutical drugs.

In surveys, users report that Avazzia treatment lessens pain, improves sleep and dramatically increases users’ ability to return to daily activities.

 

History of Microcurrent

Electro-medicine has a long history. It has existed since the time of the ancient Egyptians who used electric eels to stimulate the electrical system that is within all of us.  Modern medicine which is now so focused on pharmaceuticals and medicating people, has all but forgotten that the body is much more than a chemical system in need of chemical interventions!   It is also electrical. Every human being can be likened to a small electrical battery walking around the planet and emitting energy!

Interestingly, the Chinese worked in a very different way. They recognised that the body is electrical, and they developed the art and science of acupuncture, working with the electrical energy of the body via the meridian system.

In 1985, Robert O. Becker MD., wrote a fascinating book which tells the story of our electrical bodies in The Body Electric; his research focussed on the regeneration of tissue and its relationship to the electric currents in all living things.

Microcurrent in 21st Century

Avazzia has taken the microcurrent technology from the past and brought it into the 21st century.