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Microcurrent Therapy

What is Microcurrent Therapy?

Microcurrent therapy is the use of very low electrical stimulation and has been around since the late 1970’s. The theory behind microcurrent therapy is that by introducing the body to a surface application of microamperage it can restore lost positive and negative electrons. These electrons are the very essence of every living cell. With the application of microcurrent, the body can utilize this outside source of minute electrical currents to promote its own self-healing mechanisms. Microcurrent is a non-invasive, safe, natural treatment that uses stimulation in the microamperage range, which is an extremely subtle level of electrical current and can help heal animals' injuries.

Microcurrent for Dogs

Popular for treating:

  • Body soreness
  • Muscle tissue damage
  • Tendon and ligament injuries
  • Paw issues

Also beneficial for:

  • Healing wounds
  • Decreasing scar tissue
  • Speeding up the healing process

Why is microcurrent special? Our bodies produce electrical current naturally using chemical reactions in the pico and nano amperes ranges. Through normal wear-and-tear or major injury the body looses electrical activity that is vital to natural self-healing properties of the body. When exposed to microcurrent, the body tends to drink up the tiny current like someone drinking water after extreme exertion. Continued sessions add on top of the previous in an accumulative positive effect.

Unlike microcurrent, higher voltage currents simply mask pain by temporarily shunting nerve signals to the brain. Extremely high currents only excite the muscles and often create quite an unpleasant feeling. They also tend to be short lived in affect. Horses and dogs are more sensitive to electrical stimulation than people, therefore even more caution has to be considered if using any electrical currents higher than microcurrent.

Best-Vet vs Other Microcurrent Devices

When using microcurrent units with GSR (Galvanic Skin Resistance) features, measurements can be taken to determine tissue resistance levels before the areas are treated. Units with GSR only offer this is static measurement. Whereas the Best-Vet simultaneously measures tissue resistance and automatically treats the area in a back-and-forth, device-to-tissue conversation taking place in nanoseconds. A series of beeps tells the user that there has been a change in the tissue.

Choosing the Right Microcurrent Device
Low-cost microcurrent devices usually lack a range of features, which is sufficient for certain users. However, there are also high-priced units that do not have many features, so it is important for buyers to be aware of what functions a product has before purchasing. When features are minimal and users have no training, the results can be less than satisfactory. With microcurrent therapy, choosing the correct device is important to achieve the desired result.

There are plenty of microcurrent therapy devices on the market, but few can match Best-Vet’s range of functions, price, and size.

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