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The Basis for Micro Current Electrical Therapy in Conventional Medical Practice

@inproceedings{Mercola2011TheBF,
  title={The Basis for Micro Current Electrical Therapy in Conventional Medical Practice},
  author={J. Mercola and Daniel L. Kirsch},
  year={2011}
}
  • J. Mercola, Daniel L. Kirsch
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • use of electricity in medicine is not new. Clinicians used it over 150 years ago to treat nonunion bone fractures. Electomedicine and nutrition, abandoned early in this century, have been recently revived. Most physicians are unaware of their therapeutic benefits. Electrotherapy, especially micro current electrical therapy (MET) is useful for a variety of clinical conditions. Indeed, it may be the best treatment for many pain-related disorders, providing fast relief of symptoms and quickly… CONTINUE READING
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