Topic: Treating Inflammatory Conditions with Frequency Specific Microcurrent Therapy (FSM) by Carolyn McMakin DC
Energy and Medicine: Paradox & Controversy - Chicago, IL - Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, 2015
Inflammation is at heart of virtually every degenerative disease including asthma, liver disease, irritable bowel and all of the inflammatory bowel diseases. Medical interventions to reduce this systemic inflammation are ineffective or have serious side effects. Recent research has shown that certain specific frequencies reduce inflammation in a placebo controlled animal model and reduce cytokines in human treatments. This lecture will present the results of this research and show the learner how to implement this technique.
1. At the end of this lecture attendees will know the association between lipoxygenase mediated inflammation and asthma and will be aware of the need to reduce lipoxygenase mediated inflammation when treating asthma.
2. At the end of this lecture attendees will know the association between lipoxygenase mediated inflammation and irritable bowel syndrome and irritable bowel diseases and will be aware of the need to reduce lipoxygenase mediated inflammation when treating these conditions.
3. At the end of this lecture, the attendee will be aware of the research documenting the effects of specific frequencies on the reduction of lipoxygenase and cyclooxygenase mediated inflammation in a mouse model.
4. At the end of this lecture attendees will understand the proposed effects of specific frequencies on cell signaling associated with lipoxygenase mediated inflammation.
5. At the end of this lecture the attendee will be aware of the effects of specific frequencies to reduce inflammatory cytokines in a human trial and the roposed model for these effects.
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