Happy Customers

The common denominator of Microcurrent therapy is to help the body repair tissue, and in doing so manage pain, which is a by-product of inflammation. Microcurrent devices are not aimed at particular conditions because they have a systemic, whole body effect, and you should be very sceptical if any manufacturer claims otherwise.

Many conditions, unfortunately, can’t be cured so pain management is often the main focus and not a cure. We do, however, list testimonials under different conditions as it helps you navigate to people who are similar to you and lets you know about their own experiences with our devices. We do not sponsor or pay for any testimonials.

I went through chemotherapy and radiotherapy in 2017 which seemed to trigger a previous knee problem. After an MRI scan results were lateral meniscus tear, bone swelling and some arthritic changes. Along with Physio, small amount of medication and my Arc machine I am building up my muscles round my knee awaiting keyhole surgery. My…

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My husband has suffered 2 knee injuries in recent years, using the Arc each time it reduced the swelling and helped with open wound healing! Now, he is a very skeptical person, but it’s the first thing he will ask for when he is in pain!  

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I had a left hip replacement and started to use my machine as soon as I got home. It is now three months since my operation and I have recovered marvellously, I am sure the machine is one of the reasons this has happened, I have used it every day since and now I am…

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Details of injury and date Summer of 1994 mild hip pain when seated and increased pain when dismounted after riding. 2001 Pain on dismounting leading to lame score of 10/10 unable to weight bare. I was very active and fit, running and attending gym classes but in 2005 although I did not feel extreme pain…

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“After having surgery on my back for foot drop which relieved the pain, I was told I may never regain the feeling and full movement in my right foot and what I had after 6 months after the operation would be the best I could expect. So I decided to try using the Arc. I…

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I had a mission of mercy this weekend! My elderly neighbour phoned in agony on Friday and was concerned because the doctor’s surgery didn’t seem to be able to do anything for her. A brief history is that 2 years go she started with pain in her legs, but after 2 years the doctors couldn’t…

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In the late 1970’s I first injured my knees in a skiing accident. Various injuries followed in my career as a Remedial Gymnast and Recreational Therapist as well as Physiotherapist. So I was not surprised when I began to experience discomfort in my knees as I reached my 60’s. In 2009 after retiring, I gradually…

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Wouldn’t it be nice if the NHS would fund an Arc unit for me! I had one on hire for my horse. He had a whole host of complex problems. The Arc wasn’t able to help with many of them and I decided to send it back as I couldn’t afford to keep it unless…

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I started using the Arc in September 2016 but was not using it for anything in particular, just wellbeing. What I found really interesting though was that a few months after I started using it I had a wedding to go to. Having not been able to wear high heels for over 15 years due…

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I badly sprained my ankle to the extent that I thought it was broken. I used the Arc for 3 weeks and after two was dancing in high heels again. The recovery was amazing. I have had not recurring pain from the sprain. This is not the first time I have had an ankle sprain….

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