How Do the Acuscope and Myopulse Help Athletic Injury Recovery?

Even the Healthiest Tissue Becomes Depleted After Injury

The cells in the tissue of healthy young athletes are capable of highly-efficient self-repair after injury. However, even the healthiest tissue becomes depleted in its effort to repair and replace damaged cells post trauma.

Like recharging thousands of tiny electrolytic batteries, cellular charge is restored by Acuscope and Myopulse microcurrent treatment. Returning to full cellular capacitance, self-repair mechanisms are accelerated to full capacity. And depleted tissues surrounding an injury can also be restored to normal strength and function.

Athletic injuries cause neuromuscular damage. Nerve conductivity and muscle tissue condition are severely affected.

Impedance-monitoring Acuscope technology can detect where nerve feed is impaired and restore conduction of the nerve current from the spine to and through the injured site. Biofeedback from the muscles informs the Myopulse, and in response, the modality sends in a corrective influence to the bioelectricity on a cellular level, restoring the capacity of connective tissue cells to their fullest electrical potential. Natural self-repair mechanisms are boosted into high gear, recovery is speedier and pain subsides more quickly.

Frequently, what may have become a lingering condition in the aftermath of an injury or surgery can be fully resolved. A series of treatments is a conditioning process, and the cumulative effect is most likely to be complete recovery in a remarkably short period of time.

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