Written by Jan Dacri and Molly Wells

A winning run in Kentucky after being treated
A winning run in Kentucky after being treated.

The Importance of Micro-Current

Electrical resistance of tissue with pathology (after the initial acute phase) becomes higher than that of the immediately surrounding area, which is either normal or less pathological. Regeneration is a series of endothermic, electrochemical reactions. This means that electricity, in miniscule quantities, is necessary for the cells to complete the regenerative process. Read more...

The Discovery, Research and Role of Micro-Current

In the 1830's, Carlos Matteucci, proved that an electrical current was generated by injured tissue. Existence of wound currents was first experimentally observed by Dubois-Reymond in 1843, where approximately 1 microampere of current was measured from a wound in human skin. Illingsworth and Barker, (1980) some 120 years later measured the current generated by the amputated stump of a child's finger tip. These stump currents were found to be within the range of 10-30 micro-amps per square centimeter. Their findings were repeated by several researchers (Borgens et al 1980; Barker, Jaffe, and Vanable 1982) although only recently have we been able to understand the implications of these findings and to therapeutically apply these micro-currents. Read more...

Micro-Current Therapy with the Acuscope and Myopulse

BJ Williams

It was in the late 1970's that brought the development of the Electro-Acuscope and Myopulse system; the first in a line of intelligent neural micro-amperage technology. It is a multidimensional analytical microprocessor, constructed electronically to evaluate the transient electrical behavior of the living cell membrane.

By application of advanced bio-processor technology, the Acuscope and Myopulse system has the capability of providing instantaneous, moment by moment, feedback-assisted computer-modulated electronic pulse trains of infinite variation to induce bio-electronic harmony in disrupted tissue. Read more...