The Electro Acuscope (EA) is an amazing medical instrument that utilizes cybertechnic technology, meaning that the instrument can “talk” to your animal’s cells. Animals, like humans, count on the cells for the body to function effectively. Animals have a much faster metabolism and need instruments that are calibrated especially for their tissues. The Electro-Acuscope is specially calibrated to provide just the amount of electro-current that your animal’s cells need to be balanced in their “normal” state.
The EA works through the central nervous system, communicating with the cells and sending audio and numeric readings to the instrument so the therapist can record cell activity. The EA has multiple frequencies ranging from very low which works on deep layers of the body up to higher frequencies which work on inflammation and outer layers of the body. The EA is used to “open up” the pathways for normal electrical conductivity to occur.
The Electro Myopulse is the companion instrument to the EA. It also “talks” to your animal’s body, but through the soft tissues such as muscle, ligaments and cartilage. The myopulse also uses multiple frequencies ranging from very low to high and via the biofeedback capability delivers just the micro-amp amount of current the cells need to be balanced. This allows the cells to begin repairing themselves, leading to normal cell function and healing of whatever injury or condition your animal had been experiencing.
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Both the EA and Myopulse are the only FDA approved instruments calibrated specifically for animals! Both are non-invasive therapies that have had successful outcomes for a large variety of acute and chronic conditions.
The Electro Acuscope and Myopulse are:
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The Acuscope and Myopulse are currently being used by professional athletic teams, sports medicine practices, hospitals, and by thousands of private doctors and therapists in every field of medicine throughout the world. According to widespread publicity, many outstanding athletes have been significantly helped by the treatments; several who received Acuscope/Myopulse treatments for pain and injury won gold medals at the 1984 Summer Olympics. The Acuscope System has extensive applications in veterinary as well as human medicine. It is very effective with both small and large animals. Acknowledged for its remarkable success in treating equine athletes in every field of horse competition over the past ten years, the number of Equine Acuscope Therapists is steadily increasing as this best kept Equine secret is quickly being shared around.
Presently there are only two calibrations of these instruments available (human calibrated and animal calibrated). While others may tell you that specific calibration is not important, that is absolutely not true! The biofeedback system being used by the human-calibrated instruments is neither correct nor precise when interacting with animal tissue. The results and responses will not be nearly as effective as when the animal calibrated instruments are utilized, therefore the treatment is undoubtedly compromised when using a human calibrated instrument on animal tissue. The animal calibrated Acuscope and Myopulse instruments far surpass the human instruments in their ability to fine tune the muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nervous system of the animal. The correct calibration is necessary in order to obtain faster, far-superior results with this therapy system. These instruments have been specifically designed to interface with animal anatomy as well as their unique metabolism and physiology. In order to treat patients properly and optimize results, the calibration is a very important factor. This is something that should definitely be taken into consideration when choosing a Certified Animal Acuscope Therapist to work on your animal.
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ATS Certified Equine and Canine
Electro Acuscope/Myopulse Therapist
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