How does the choice of Positive or Negative Polarity affect the Treatment?

The Acuscope is primarily used in ALT (Alternating) for the majority of neurological issues.  Nerve conduction, nerve cell function, and neuromuscular pain conditions are primarily addressed with Alternating Polarity. POS (Positive) Polarity – In cases of wounds, especially where there may be a degree of infection (redness, swelling, seeping, etc.), choosing to apply the all [...]

How does the choice of Positive or Negative Polarity affect the Treatment?2023-11-03T16:46:52+00:00

What is the function of the Gain?

While the Acuscope’s Frequency and Intensity settings control the delivery of the treatment carrier waves, the Gain Spectrum presets the monitoring level, "fine-tuning" the biofeedback for accuracy and precision.  The "optic eye" of the Gain Spectrum is how the circuitry "looks" at the tissue.  Sensitively adjusting the Gain to where the focus is within range allows the instrument to "see" cellular issues [...]

What is the function of the Gain?2023-11-03T16:46:21+00:00

How is intensity determined?

Regarding the force that pushes the carrier waves, the operator must determine the Intensity (µA) that is appropriate for the person in the particular area where the probes are being placed. For torso and legs, we can use up to 600 µA; for the head, neck, and face, we use no higher than 200 µA.  [...]

How is intensity determined?2023-11-03T16:45:31+00:00

How should Active and Reference Electrodes be placed when treating the back?

When addressing the back, the Active probe tip should be touching or closer to the nerve root emerging out from between the vertebrae of the Spine; the reference tip should be placed laterally out … horizontal… or further towards the end of the extremity.  For example: From the Sacrum / Lower Lumbar, the spinal nerve [...]

How should Active and Reference Electrodes be placed when treating the back?2023-11-15T03:00:01+00:00

If the Acuscope “knows what to do,” why is probe placement so important?

The Acuscope is indeed programmed to “know what to do” when it communicates with the cells, acquiring biofeedback and delivering a “corrective influence.” The responsibility of an Operator, a Biotechnician, is to place the probes in appropriate positions that allow the technology to most efficiently communicate with the biology. The nature of polarized electricity is [...]

If the Acuscope “knows what to do,” why is probe placement so important?2023-11-03T16:44:26+00:00

What happens on a cellular level when tissue is injured?

The Biochemistry of Injury: Following injury, damaged cells in injured tissue immediately “amp up” as they kick into action, initiating multiple self-repair mechanisms. They begin discharging certain bio-chemical substances, (such as arachidonic acid, a component of the phospholipid structure of the cell membrane itself) from wounds into their immediate surroundings. From this, prostaglandins are synthesized, [...]

What happens on a cellular level when tissue is injured?2023-11-04T18:31:06+00:00
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