The Resonance Effect – New Book on Frequency Specific Microcurrent by Dr. Carol McMakin

The Resonance Effect

“The Resonance Effect” describes the development of a new medical therapy, called Frequency Specific Microcurrent, that uses frequencies resurrected from the 1920’s to reduce pain, scarring and inflammation, change emotional states and improve health. At the same time it tells the powerful story of what happens to your world when you listen to the sometimes quiet sound of your own inner guidance.

Carol McMakin, DC

Carole Mudge Body Tech at Gordon Medical AssociatesFrom Carole Mudge

I am so excited that Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) founder Carol McMakin has written a new book, ‘The Resonance Effect.”  This book is written for the public, making FSM information accessible to patients. This will be a wonderful opportunity to understand more about how this technique works.

As one of GMA’s body techs I use FSM nearly every day as
support for our patients in treatment. FSM is quite helpful in treating the inflammation that is prevalent in chronic illness and can also address the underlying trauma that often seems to slow down the healing process.

For example, we have a patient who had been steadily progressing in her recovery from chronic Lyme who was blindsided this year by a combination of injury and another rare tick-borne infection. Already in pain from the injury, the antibiotic treatment, while clearing the infection, made her joints feel even worse, and left her fearing that she would never be well again. By using a combination of FSM for the pain and inflammation, manual therapy for the nervous system and some much-needed emotional support, I’ve been able to help her gradually return to the activities that give her joy.

I’m very grateful to have FSM as a tool to help our patients and look forward to being inspired by Dr. McMakin’s book. I’m sure her pioneering spirit will shine through on every page!

The Resonance Effect is currently at the publisher for final editing. It will be released in the spring of 2017.