Microcurrent Therapy

Find out about this futuristic space-age device that can wipe out pain fast, without drugs, surgery, painful treatment or side effects – save for loss of pain!

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Scars

Pain and Inflammation

Wounds

Other Uses

How Does It Work?

The Avazzia Device

How Much Does A Session Cost?

Can I Buy A Home Device?

Microcurrent therapy caught my ear when it first came out in the 1980s and it was reported that it could regrow bone. It was started by the Russians and further refined in the United States.

I got a chance to try it for myself in the aftermath of a severe dislocation of the kneecap that I suffered in December 2016. Afterwards I developed “frozen knee,” scarring and inflammation, which prevented me from doing things like using stairs and riding a bicycle.

The game changer was a session with microcurrent expert MarLeice Hyde of Erasing Pain in Sacramento. I was struck by the immediate strengthening of one of my injured muscles. The treatment was pain-free. From there on there have been gradual and continual improvements.

I was intrigued enough that I got my orthopedic surgeon to sign the required prescription for purchasing my own device, and am currently undergoing training with the world’s foremost expert on microcurrent therapy, Dr. John Haché, and MarLeice Hyde. 

Scars

I am but a student, but even at my level I have seen some surprising things. It can be amazing for scars. My 23-year-old C-section scar was a long, horizontal, purple line cutting across my lower abdomen. The middle was puckered and ridged, and deeper purple. As soon as I started using my Avazzia device on the scar, the purple disappeared, and after 3 minutes there was only a little purple left in the middle, which hardly puckered and was hardly ridged anymore. How I wished I had taken a photo — I certainly wasn’t expecting that.

If you wonder how it can work so fast, scroll below to “How Does It Work?”

As I am studying this subject of bioelectrophysiological (whew! 11 syllables!) therapy, I am realizing how many conditions are due to scarring, if not from surgery then from repetitive stress injuries or other injuries.

The problem with scars is that they not only prevent the energy from going through the tissues, they also accumulate and store energy, to the point that higher voltage has been found in scar tissue than in the surrounding tissues.

Some people create a lot more scar tissue than others – a consideration for those who love tattoos and piercings.

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Pain and Inflammation

The Avazzia device is a medical device that is approved by the FDA for treatment of pain. Where there is pain, there is inflammation. The Avazzia Pro-Sport device can quell a wide range of pain and inflammation, from small areas to systemwide.

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Wounds

The Avazzia has a proven record for making a remarkable improvement in wounds that won’t heal and are difficult to treat.

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Other Uses

The Avazzia is approved by the FDA for pain, but it has been used for off-list uses for many years. Microcurrent is big in the beauty industry because of its ability to “youthify” the face – after doing just one facial on myself as of this writing, I am quite surprised at the visible improvement on my aging skin.

With the help of comfortable ear-clip electrodes, this complex high-tech device can also help you run the brain waves you would like dialed in – alpha for mild relaxation and deep healing, theta for creativity and deep relaxation, or delta for sleep.

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How Does It Work?

The microcurrent seems to quickly normalize the tissues. One experiment detailed a rat’s tail which got liquefied; then microcurrent was passed through the fluid and the cells started arranging themselves back into a tail again!

The sometimes seemingly miraculous effect on scars, described above, can be explained if you look at the cells of normal connective tissue vs. scar tissue. The cells of normal connective tissue are aligned like the fibers in fiber-optic cable, or like dry spaghetti in a box. Scar tissue cells are all ajumble, like cooked spaghetti, with spaghetti sauce on top.

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The Avazzia Device

The Avazzia company was started in Texas in 2004 by its CEO and the inventor of the Avazzia device, high-tech genius Tim Smith, who among his many other accomplishments can count inventing the microchip in our cellphones. It is made in Texas. There are models appropriate for home use; they require a prescription.

This device boasts features you won’t find in any other microcurrent device – it has a biofeedback mechanism that helps you pinpoint the inflammation; the therapist can then treat the spot and the device signals when the treatment of that point is done.

It also is unique among microcurrent devices in that it runs frequencies that are found in the body. For those into the super-high-tech side of things, this is the only device of its kind with a sinusoidal wave, versus a square wave which is what the older devices and TENS units use.

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How Much Does A Session Cost?

  • A standard session is 1 to 1.5 hours and is $55.
  • Four-session packages cost $200, with full payment due on the first session unless other arrangements are needed — just ask.
  • Short sessions, 30 min., are available for follow-up visits or specific injuries. Cost: $35.

So sorry, I do not take insurance. Please talk to me if you have special circumstances.

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Can I Buy A Home Device?

Yes, you can! Avazzia has several models suitable for home use; most require a prescription.  The facial device does not require a prescription. Microcurrent expert MarLeice Hyde of Erasing Pain in Sacramento can help you select the appropriate model.

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