Richard Delaney MD, FACP, FACC

Board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Critical Care, and Geriartic

Miguel Lanzagorta MD

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the intensity-specific regenerative effects of microcurrent therapy on gastrocnemius muscle atrophy…

Beyond the influence of stimulating devices on cardiac excitation, their use in treating patients with heart failure has positive effects on the myocardium at the molecular level.

It has been shown that electrical stimulation can improve tissue repair in patients. Imbalances in the extracellular matrix composition induce manifestation of heart failure. Here we investigated the application of microcurrent…

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Microcurrent electrical neuromuscular stimulation (MENS) has been suggested to improve muscle function and restore damaged muscle.

Wound care in a rehabilitation environment is a costly and difficult problem. The goal of this retrospective study is to evaluate differences in wound closure outcomes in acute and chronic wounds when treated with a microcurrent…

The Effects of Electric Currents on ATP Generation, Protein Synthesis, and
Membrane Transport.

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1991 The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine: Single Ion Channels in Cells

Dr. Erwin Neher and Dr. Bert Sakmann: Patch Clamp Technique, which allows the detection of electrical currents of a trillionth (pico) of an ampere in the membrane.

Double-Blind Comparative Study of Micro Stimulation and Placebo Effect of Short Term Treatment of the Chronic Back Pain Patient

F.P. Meyer, M.D. and Athony Nebrensky, Ph.D.

California Health Review, Vol. 2, No. 1, August/September 1983.

Electromedicine for Alzheimer’s? Brain pacemaker being pushed as new medical device

Ethan A. Huff


Natural News, Thursday, December 27, 2012.

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2002 Elsevier: Pilot Study of Impedance-Controlled Microcurrent Therapy for Managing Radiation-Induced Fibrosis in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

  • 92% of patients exhibited improved cervical rotation

  • 85% of patients experienced improved cervical extension/flexion

  • 81% of patients demonstrated improved cervical lateral flexion

Pain Relief Utilizing Impedance Controlled Microcurrent Therapy.

Anthony Marino


AN INFORMAL DOUBLE-BLIND STUDY TO EVALUTATE MUSCLE STRENGTH In Athletes Treated with the MYOPULSE (Impedance-Controlled Micro-Current Muscle Stim)

Jack Scott, Ph.D., and Robert Picker, M.D.

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