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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.

The Arc was used post-operatively following surgery to a ganglion cyst on the wrist. The surgical scar from the ganglion operation was very sore and pronounced. After just 12 weeks you can look and search for any evidence of an operation, a scar or a wound and you will not find anything. The tissue has…

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I am an active retiree who from April this year was experiencing aches in bones. joints and muscles for no obvious reason. Before speaking to a doctor I decided to try the Arc. During the time since buying, the aches have eased and I have found that any subsequent strains on my muscles caused by…

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I’d been suffering from Bursitis for about 6 weeks, which was very painful. I’d been to my GP, a Physio and an Osteopath, and took various painkillers, but nothing really improved. The pain was still intense. I was introduced to the Arc by Sara Fitzharris. As a yoga teacher, I was keen to get my…

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Background A 32 years old female with severe bruising of the ribs, lower back and legs. X-rays showed no breaks, only treatment option was to rest for as long as it takes (roughly 6 weeks). Started using Arc every day with gentle movement and painkillers. Results After just two weeks, she had gone from being…

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Background Started using Arc unit in March 2013 for a clean break of left humerus after a fall from a horse. More recently, she had an operation on a transverse mid-shaft humeral fracture. Plate and screws, bone graft and a posterior approach were used on this clean break. The operation usually takes two hours, but…

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I’ve bought an Arc off you and I can safely say I’ve had my monies worth out of it. I fractured my C5 and was told I wouldn’t ride again – 14 weeks later I was. The October of last year I had a horse rear over backwards on the road and I broke: my…

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My sister bought my Arc as she was so thrilled with her own. I used it because of problems with my knees. I fractured one knee in a skiing accident a few years ago and the joint is now quite worn and cranky and “runner’s knee” had affected the other one such that I could…

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I fractured my fibula, posterior malleolus as well as a small tear to the syndesmosis and completely rupturing all ligaments in my foot. The fibula was surgically pinned and plated back together and an Arc machine was bought! Roll on 5 weeks later and I’ve just seen the surgeon again who said everything looked fantastic…

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Since purchasing the Arc I have used it regularly, especially after hard work or a lay off. I used to suffer from colds regularly and have not had one since using the Arc. This is fairly unusual by most people’s standards, not to have a cold in a whole year. My nose was always running…

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I am a 63 year old lady and I have ridden and been involved with horses from childhood. I have rarely fallen off and certainly never broken any part of my body. However, this all changed on Friday September 30th. I was riding a horse that I knew well and I was leading another from…

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