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dc.contributor.advisorBoniface, James
dc.contributor.authorWickersham, Hannah
dc.date.accessioned2020-07-16T20:09:49Z
dc.date.available2020-07-16T20:09:49Z
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10323/8036
dc.description.abstractThis Honors College thesis will explore the possibilities and opportunities for advancement in resonance therapy, and its potential applications in the treatment of nerve pain, wound management, orthopedic fractures, arthritic pain, fibromyalgia, TMD, spine pain, scar release, increasing range of motion, and many more conditions. Resonance therapy incorporates different forms of resonance, including frequency specific microcurrent (FSM), pulsed electromagnetic field, sound, and lasers. This thesis will focus specifically on FSM because it has existed over a longer period of time; thus, it is the most developed and most utilized resonance therapy technology providing the most research data. However, it remains a relatively unknown and infrequently practiced treatment modality by medical practitioners, and may have limited funding available to use the technology and certify practitioners in it. However, if practitioners were more knowledgeable of its benefits, FSM may become more universally accepted in the medical field as a viable treatment option.en_US
dc.subjectfrequency specific micro current, resonance therapy, physical therapy, health scienceen_US
dc.titlePotential of Frequency Specific Microcurrent Therapy as a Healing Modalityen_US
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