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Computers have worked their way into nearly every level of society, commerce, and education. The medical profession is certainly no stranger to the computer. The computer has aided health care practitioners for years in gathering and managing diagnostic data about the human body. Since one of the primary ways that the body communicates with itself is by electrical impulses, the computer provides a closely analogous method of working compatibly with that system. It can gather, analyze, and store the various recorded brainwaves, heartbeats, skin responses, and other microelectrical monitoring of our bodily functions.
Medical research scientists and computer experts in California got together and asked the question: "If we can use a computer to receive and interpret electrical information about various disease processes from the body, why can't we use a computer to send an electronically coded message of health into the body?" From this visionary group of researchers, the answer to that question has emerged as a pair of computerized medical instruments that are currently creating great interest within the health care profession: the Electro- Acuscope and the Myopulse.
The Electro-Acuscope and the Myopulse are input/output devices that seem to monitor and regulate the electrical activity of the body on a cellular level. Stored in the Acuscope's memory are the frequency patterns necessary to achieve the equilibrium of body tissues of a healthy body. When the instrument's probes pick up a "response from the body that does not match healthy" patterns in its memory, the Acuscope's computer will instantaneously calculate and administer a painless, low-frequency stimulation that allows the body to heal itself at a greatly accelerated rate. While the Electro-Acuscope is designed to monitor and treat tissues and systems of the body, the Myopulse has been programmed to work more specifically and effectively on muscle and tendon tissue.
In very basic terms, each of our bodies contains electric current that flows through at a normal rate. When an injury occurs, that current flow is interrupted. The Electro-Acuscope computer has the ability to analyze the disrupted current flow, identify its location, and send a correcting current flow. This correction of the disrupted current flow enhances the ability of the body to heal itself.
If a flowing river represents the electrical energy in the body, any injury or chronic condition could be pictured as a mound of mud blocking that flow. While it is true that the action of the river would eventually remove the mud by gradually wearing it away from its edges, this could be a long, slow process. A concentrated stream of water sprayed directly into the center of the mud would greatly accelerate the stream's ability to carry away and eliminate the blockage. Similarly, injured tissue in the body is less electrically conductive than healthy tissue. Since electricity, like water, always follows the path of least resistance, the body's electrical river will tend to flow around the injury instead of through it. When the Acuscope and Myopulse “hose down” a problem area with electrical stimulation, pain is relieved and the body can heal itself more efficiently.
The Electro-Acuscope has been used to treat a wide variety of aliments: back spasms, sciatica, arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis and fractures, etc. It can also be used as needleless acupuncture therapy and has a special setting that equates to automatic biofeedback, slowing the patient’s brainwave frequency to a state of deep relaxation.
Although the Electro-Acuscope therapists have a broad medical background and experience, they are not medical doctors and do not diagnose. The therapists therefore work closely with medical doctors, podiatrists, and chiropractors to help patients improve their health.
The above article was edited and expanded by Ed J. Muraski, Ed.D.
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