LEVEL 3: FSM units are an FDA medical device licensed as a transcutaneous electric nerve stimulator or 'Tens'.
It was introduced from Europe in 1920s and re-discovered in 1994 by a chiropractor, Dr. Caolyn McMakin who was amazed at the rapid healing she was getting for her patients. She 'had to' start teaching others to use this micro-current technology. Her textbook has been out since 2011. Most of the current practicianers in the world have been trained by her. Thank you!
The list of published articles
can be read at her web site as well
as a practicianer list. To qualify for
training you must be licensed to
use electrical devices (MD, RNP,
speech therapist, DC, OD, PT,
RN, massage therapist, ND,
acupuncturist, veterinarian) or
be a staff 'technician' to be trained.
Training starts with a 'core' and
then 'advanced' (2-3 day) sessions.
A few insurance plans are starting to cover the cost of microcurrent treatment sessions by a practicianer.