Post-Surgery Microcurrent Therapy
When I had ACL replacement surgery & a meniscus tear repaired, I was afraid my leg would have big ugly scars for the rest of my life. After 6 weekly microcurrent sessions that were only 30 minutes long, my scars are almost invisible. My doctor was so surprised at how fast I healed and how little scarring I had, he said he would start referring other patients to you. Thank you Dalini! I can wear shorts again!
Microcurrent Healing Session
Anti-scarring therapy for post-op surgical patients.
Before & After: Real Results
Following knee surgery, my client Kristie was facing the prospect of having permanent, highly visible scarring on her leg. In the first image, you can see her leg days after the surgery. After performing regular sessions of microcurrent therapy on her leg, the results are amazing.
Microcurrent Therapy Affects All Stages of Healing
Pre-op: optimizes your tissue to tolerate surgery and speed up your recovery after the procedure
Post-op: helps maintain lift, treat blood stasis, scarring, and numbness
During WWII the Japanese would use Microcurrent on soldiers. Their physicians found that small electrical currents promote the mending of non-healing bone fractures, reducing recovery time.
The first commercial Microcurrent device was developed in the 1960's by Dr. Reinhold Voll of Germany. The technology progressed to burn patients and sports injuries.
The use in cosmetic treatment was born out of one physician's success treating a patient who had Bell's Palsy, facial paralysis, and stroke. The results were a softening of facial lines, lifting of sagging facial skin, and less droopy eyes.
Additional Benefits of Microcurrent Therapy
- Enhances tensile strength
- Increases blood circulation by 35%
- Increases collagen and elastin production by 45%
- Increases collagen thickness in connective tissue by 10%
- Reduces inflammation
- Promotes lymph node drainage and cleansing
- Increases levels of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) , the molecule your body uses to produce and store energy for metabolic processes and RNA synthesis