Devising ways to control and reduce pain that does not require an invasive procedure — and eliminate guesswork on the side effects that come with taking pain relieving pills – has long been sought by medical practitioners. Premature deaths in the US due to opioid-related causes was at 1.68 million lives in 2016. This is more than the annual loss of lives to HIV, pneumonia, hypertension and a tenth of the number of lives lost to cancer. (Khanzan, The Atlantic, 2018). Microcurrent therapy is a tested way of easing pain ranging from simple muscular aches to paralyzing abdominal pain, to scar- or surgery-related pain.
Studies have been conducted affirming the successful treatment of chronic pain using microcurrent point stimulation (MPS) on physical scars. Its effects on a wide variety of non-specific chronic pain syndromes have also gained the attention of medical experts and wellness enthusiasts.
An introductory workshop and the subsequent Advance Course for a non-invasive pain relief technique using a revolutionary device – the Dolphin Neurostim™ – is scheduled this February in Manila. The Introductory Course dubbed “Ultimate Pain Therapy – Introduction to Pain Management and Scar Release” – will be held on 23-24 February 2019 at 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM; the “Advanced Circuits I” Course will be held on 27-28 February 2019 also at 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM. Both sessions will be at the Healing House, Wack Wack Village, Mandaluyong City.
MPS Therapy is the world’s first integrative therapy to fight chronic pain. The key to the treatment of almost all chronic pain conditions is the deregulation (or calming) of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), and the release of physical/mental blockages. With the use of the revolutionary handheld device Dolphin Neurostim™, immediate calming effects throughout the body are obtained. “Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) units are designed for temporary muscular pain relief. The Dolphin Neurostim is categorized under TENS. However, unlike regular TENS units (release over 1 milliamp), the MPS system produces microcurrent (<1milliamp) electrical stimulation. The parasympathetic or healing response can only elicited in the microcurrent range” (Fa Shong, B. 2017. MPS Pain Therapy).
Since its development, MPS Therapy has been taught to thousands of physical therapists, massage therapists, occupational therapists, acupuncturists, chiropractors, physicians, other allied health professionals and even to individuals with NO medical background. Over the past 25 years, millions of patients worldwide have been treated with impressive outcomes, often where conventional interventions have failed.
MPS Therapy Pain Seminars are frequently held throughout the year in the United States, Canada and around the world by a team of dedicated, friendly, and highly skilled practitioners. A team from Canada headed by Dr. Dianne Lim, Master Pain Practitioner (MPP) will be coming to the Philippines to conduct the courses at Healing House, Mandaluyong City in February.
To register for the MPS Therapy sessions in Manila and to know more about the event, please visit https://www.mpscourses.com/courses/. You may also request for a registration form by emailing Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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