The February 24th issue of Time Magazine is focused on the treatment of pain as a condition or disease rather than a symptom. Interesting that traditional medicine is now looking at pain as a chronic disease rather than a symptom to be drugged.
Some of the conditions mentioned in this issue of Time are neuropathy, central pain, RSD Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy or now called CRPS Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Degenerative Discs in the back or neck,, chronic headaches to mention a few. The bottom line is that chronic pain is a disease of the central nervous system. They refer to the futility of treating pain with narcotics which become an addictive issue with other side effects and still not treat the cause of pain. They also mention implanting electrodes in the spinal cord to block pain and instead you feel numbness and tingling….again not treating the cause of pain. Perhaps for some severe cases this may be appropriate and yet this Time Magazine Issue on pain fails to mention FSM Frequency Specific Microcurrent which is in my experience the most effective treatment for the cause of pain.
I have just returned from the annual FSM Advanced Reasearch Symposium held February 17th thru the 20th in Las Vegas Nevada. There were multiple presentations and case reports for treatments of painful and debilitating conditions that have no if any effective treatment methods in traditional medicine. Conditions such as PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, TOS Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Neuropathy, RSD Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy or now called CRPS Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Back pain due to degenerative discs were all discussed and case reports presented with successful treatment outcomes using FSM Frequency Specific Microcurrent. A craniofacial surgeon presented case studies using FSM Microcurrent for treatment of radiation burns, scars and pain from the treatment of cancer. A prominent neurologist who was formerly head of pain treatment at Mayo Clinic presented cases of complex pain syndromes coming from the central nervous system and the use of Frequency Specific Microcurrent to improve and or resolve these conditions.
Up until now those of us in the trenches dealing daily the walking wounded had no effective way to deal with these conditions of chronic pain. FSM Frequency Specific Microcurrent now provides me a way to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of these pain conditions. In the coming weeks I am going to address these pain conditions that were presented and discussed at this most recent FSM Research conference of 2011.