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Why Do Scars Matter?

They affect movement, organ function, nerves, create pain, pulling & area-wide discomforts. A simple surface line can actually be a wide web of dense tissue underneath, wrapping around organs, joints, ligaments, nerves, bones. Since the body’s fascia system is one continuous sheath, a scar or adhesion in one area will often affect other areas, resulting in compensation patterns, and an upregulated Sympathetic nervous system (where all disease starts). This video explains in more detail.

What is MPS?

What is Healy?

As an FDA approved medical device. MPS Dolphin Neurostim emits microcurrent, a very low, gentle frequency that encourages the scar tissue to soften. Cells are nourished, circulation improves, tissues relax, nerves fire more effectively & function increases. Within the first session, pain can be reduced 60% to 80% and change in scar texture felt. Healy Frequency Device is an FDA Cleared medical device that also emits gentle microcurrent. It is used to calm & rebalance the nervous system through its refined programs during the session. Together, MPS & Healy are a highly effective combination, along with Myofascial Manipulation & Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils. In simplest terms, Ive put together the most comprehensive pain-free approach for scar/adhesion release that works exceptionally well!
  • Calms the nervous system
  • Softens scar/adhesion tissue
  • Improves range of motion, lymph flow, and related conditions in the body
  • Effects can be seen/felt in the first session
  • Greatly reduces or eliminates painful-pulling
  • Smoothes appearance & coloration of surface scars
  • Nourishes & strengthens cells

Are There Side Effects?

There are no adverse side effects regarding MPS Dolphin Neurostim or Healy Frequencies, but you are encouraged to drink extra amounts of water after a treatment. Microcurrent is safe around surgical mesh, plates, screws, or any other installed hardware in the body. If you have an active medical device s/a PaceMaker or Pump I advise that we discuss this possibility further.
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