Frequency-specific microcurrent (FSM) is a technique for treating pain by
using low-level electrical current. The current is delivered to certain parts of
the body in an attempt to relieve the pain. A frequency is the rate at which a
sound wave or electronic pulse is produced. This measurement is registered in
hertz (Hz).

It was just over a year ago that I first heard about this. After trying other
modalities to ‘fix my leg’ I wondered – maybe this one will work. I’m one of
millions of people who live thru pain as a normal part of daily life. More like
immobility. I am not a complainer, so, most people don’t know about it. And the
some that do, well, it irritates me when they try to console me. Or, tell me to “put
ice on it.”
So I went on a journey the moment vibration / sound / healing were all mentioned
our first week of Summer Intensive. I started researching area therapists – found
a training seminar in Italy ☺ but settled for an appointment here in the Bay Area
with a woman who used FSM as one of her healing modalities. Because I
believe in the magic before the science of things, I NEXT decided to read about
it. BUT…not before my first appointment.