Acu-Current Therapy Overview
What Is Acu-Current Therapy?
Acu-Current Therapy is a simple and effective method of treatment that relieves pain, increases range of motion, accelerates healing.
It can be used for both acute and chronic pain throughout the body and provides fast, long lasting results.
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Acu-Current Therapy Is A Treatment System
The Acu-Current Therapy Method
Acu-Current Therapy Treatment Overview
Acu-Current Therapy consists of treatment with microcurrent electricity at new acupuncture points in the fascia around muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints.
This is combined with myofascial acupressure stretches and treatment in stretch positions to create a new modality.
Prescribed patient self-care between treatment sessions reinforces improvements and extends benefits.
Microcurrent electricity at new acupuncture points
Acu-Current Therapy combines treatment with microcurrent electricity at new acupuncture points in the fascia around muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints.
Stretched Positions & myofascial acupressure stretch
At the same time, Acu-Current Therapy has the patient stretch the area, while the practitioner applies a myofascial acupressure stretch.
Patient Self/Home-Care Instructions & Activities
Acu-Current Therapy's prescribed patient self-care instructions and activities are essential to prevent recurrence and to increase long-term benefits.
Unique Features of Acu-Current Therapy
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What People Are Saying
Participants in Dr. Finkelstein’s training seminars have seen incredible results and patient satisfaction with Acu-Current Therapy.
My patients love it
Malvin brings the heart of a teacher and healer to his excellent Microcurrent class. Packed with useful and practical information, these classes provide immediate enhancement to any practice. I now have a way that enables me to treat local points appropriately, while using fewer needles. My patients love it! I recommend this class to anyone… Read more “My patients love it”
Home treatment with Acu-Current relieves pain and increases ability to function
If you get a Dolphin and learn Acu-Current, you can treat yourself every night. This will help you to feel so much better and have so much less pain and be able to function.
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Whether you are working with patients who have not experienced relief with other treatments or you’re looking for a fast and effective way to release acupuncture points, myofascial adhesions and joint restrictions, Acu-Current Therapy is an ideal solution.
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Acu-Current Therapy In-Depth
How Acu-Current Therapy Works?
Acu-Current Therapy treatment sessions involve a combination of micro-current electricity, new acupuncture points (in the fascia around muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints), myofascial acupressure stretches, and stretch positions for the patient.
This is accompanied by patient self/home-care instructions and activities after/between treatment sessions.
Why Acu-Current Therapy Works?
Most pain conditions are caused by tight muscles, restrictions in related joints and posture imbalance.
Acu-Current Therapy treatments loosen tightness/adhesion in the fascia and acupuncture channels to release restrictions in joint motion; a process which increases local circulation, stimulates endorphin release and relieves pain.
What Does Acu-Current Therapy Treat?
Acu-Current Therapy is effective for treating a wide range of pain conditions including both acute and chronic pain (musculo-skeletal, neurological, visceral).
It is frequently used to treat arthritis, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, sinusitis, respiratory problems, gastrointestinal problems and gynecological issues.
How Acu-Current Therapy Was Developed
The Acu-Current method was developed by Dr. Malvin Finkelstein over his 40-year career as an acupuncturist and oriental medicine doctor.
It synthesizes techniques and theory drawn from acupuncture and Oriental medicine; acupressure methods including shiatsu, tuina; qigong; the bodywork of Lauren Berry, PT; osteopathy; and microcurrent electrical treatment.