Frequency Specific Microcurrent, Denver, Colorado


  • Presenter: Dr. Carolyn McMakin
  • Location: Denver, Colorado
  • Date: July 10-12, 2009
  • Web site: Frequency Specific Microcurrent
  • Attendee: Joanne Quinn, PhD, RMA


Carolyn McMakin

Carolyn McMakin, MA, DC

The Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine attended the training seminar taught by Dr. McMakin. Frequency specific microcurrent (FSM) applies frequencies once used in the 1920's using a modern micro current device as a frequency generator. Micro amperage current increases adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production in rat skin by 500 percent and increases the protein synthesis and amino acid transport needed to restore health and heal injured tissue.

The frequencies appear to do exactly what they are alleged to do through what science now knows as the principles of biological resonance. In blinded animal research the frequency for inflammation reduces lipoxygenase mediated inflammation by 62 percent in four minutes in every animal tested. In patients suffering from fibromyalgia associated with neck trauma one specific frequency combination reduced the inflammatory cytokine IL-1 from 330 to 80 in 90 minutes and reduced pain from an average of 7.4 out of 10 to 1.4 out of 10 in only 90 minutes.

Medical, chiropractic, and naturopathic physicians, physical and occupational therapists, licensed acupuncturists, registered nurse and massage therapists have been using FSM for 10 years to successfully treat myofascial pain from trigger points, tendonitis, nerve pain, peripheral neuropathies, shingles, herpes, kidney stone pain, fibromyalgia and medical conditions associated with inflammation. Trainers and physicians treating elite professional athletes have discovered the FSM edge in healing new injuries more rapidly than anyone imagined was possible and dissolving the scar tissue that impedes optimal performance.

Go to Dr. McMakin's Frequency Specific Microcurrent web site to learn more about frequency specific microcurrent and about upcoming seminars.