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Microcurrent Point Stimulation MPS for Scar Release, Vagus Nerve & Pain Relief

MPS Therapy Releases Pain, Scar and Stress

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Scar Release Therapy (SRT)

Why MPS Microcurrent for Scar Releas?

Microcurrent have been clinically  proven to closely approximate the body's naturally cellular cio-electric current.  Micrrocurrent has been  scietifically  proven to accelerate the ATP, protein synthesis, metabolism and regulationto the Autonomic nervous system, Key actions for Scar tissue healing. 

Scar Release Therapy (SRT) is a highly effective scar reduction technique that releases the scar's negative influence throughout the body.  

Abdominal scars are very toxic.  Scar and trauma are known to affect stress, fascia and form adhesions, all of which cause pain and disease.  Applying MPS through scars re establishes metabolism, releasing fascia, stress and pain.

The pain and health issues we have in our older years may be directly related to the number and severity of the scars we accumulate over time!

Scars' Negative Influence:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Activate Stress
  • Injure Fascia
  • Impede Lymph Flow
  • Restrict Functional Movements

 Applying SRT to each side of scar tissue electrically “polarizes” scars by targeting cellular stimulation of microcurrent waves through the wounds, reducing dermal trauma, adhesion and fascial restrictions, making it smaller, softer, pliable and diminishing the size of physical appearance.

SRT applies Microcurrent Point stimulation (MPS), a patented solution that increases inter-cellular metabolism, protein synthesis and healing functioning to reawaken the skin's ability to self-generate.

 Scar Release therapy (SRT) is a technique that involves the simultaneous application of MPS Therapy to each side of visible (or hidden) scars to increase catabolism through cellular "repolarization". This technique should not be underestimated in its potency as releasing scars can sometimes be the single most important factor in the treatment of chronic pain in the body. MPS Scar Therapy has been published to produce between 75-82% pain relief after a single session. (OGM, IJCAM)

What is a scar?

Scars are actually part of the body's natural healing process. When the deep layer of your skin (the dermis) is damaged, your body produces new collagen to repair the wound. During this healing process, the body's primary objective is to act as fast as possible to protect the surrounding structures and reduce the risk of infection. Additionally, the scaffolding required for normal collagen formation is damaged when the deep layer of the skin is injured. As such, the structure of scar collagen varies significantly from what is found in normal skin. These aberrations in collagen architecture lead to a markedly different appearance between the scar tissue and surrounding healthy skin.

When an injury occurs, the tissues go through 3 main stages of healing - Inflammation, Proliferation and Remodeling.

Inflammation, occurs initially. This is your body "kick-starting" the healing process.
All kinds of chemicals and cells are acting fast to clean up the area and protect from further injury.
Your signs and symptoms may include Heat, Redness, Swelling, Pain, and Loss of function.

Then comes the Proliferation stage. This is where the wound attempts to "rebuild" by laying down new tissue and developing new blood vessels.
Signs and symptoms; Reduced pain, Swelling starting to reduce, Bruising may appear, Heat and Redness reduced.

Finally is the Remodeling stage. The wound is getting stronger, but the new fibres aren't aligned well, so scar tissue is produced.
Signs and symptoms; Some pain, Movement gradually improving, Minimal to no swelling, heat, and redness.Although your body is attempting to make the injured area stronger by laying down scar tissue.

This can result in an increased risk of injury and a reduction in range of movement. The scar tissue also develops additional nerve endings, meaning more pain can be felt in the area.

Scars Cause Pain & Stress

Scar Release Therapy is painless, and visible changes in scar appearance is observed in real time. Once a scar has been released there is fascia release & stress reduction, increasing blood circulation and lymph drainage. Scar Release Therapy is the highly recommended for treating scars on your body quickly and efficiently.

Scars are universal and take on many forms from surgical, broken bones, sprained joints, torn muscles, inflammation, or any areas that are injured with trauma. Emotional events are also considered scars.

The pain and health issues we have in our older years may be directly related to the number and severity of the scars we accumulate over time!


SRT IS PUBLISHED IN SCIENCE to deliver between 73.2% – 82.02 pain relief after a single application. (IJCAM 2017, OGN 2018). This is twice (2x) the average pain relief of all other published pain therapies.

MPS Pain Therapy

MPS Therapy combines the principles of acupuncture, western neurology, integrative dentistry, and scar (neural) therapy into unique easy to apply protocols that reduce Stress and chronic pain.  for those suffering from pain, MPS can help manage  chronic pain while improving the quality of life by providing significant  relief or pain management anytime or any place the need arises.

Dolphin is FDS and Health Canada authorized. The concentrate Direct current DC impulses (<=1milliamp)to acupuncture/trigger points to reduce nervous system stress in order to relax muscles and relief pain.

 Microcurrent Point Stimulation MPS

MPS Pain Therapy is an autonomic nervous system (ANS) based chronic pain therapy that treats the entire body using original protocols for the purpose of reducing sympathetic nervous system stress for muscular relaxation and pain relief such as back pain, lower back pain, neck pain, and arthritis pain.

Standard Protocol SP assumes that chronic pain syndromes influence the  sacral/hip misalignments and lower back radiculopathy. Therefore identifies nerve root, gait, and body mechanics as root causes of chronic pain.

The Basis Of MPS Protocols Are The Following Four (4) Steps:

1. MPS Parasympathetic "Calming" Points

2. Scar/Adhesions Or Neural Therapy

3. Spine & Radiculopathy (Nerve Root Entrapment)

4. Distal Acupuncture Points For Pain Relief


 It is the Neuro regulation to balance the Sympathetic-parasympathetic nervous system

The Vagus Nerve is the 10th cranial nerve and the longest cranial nerve in the human body. It is also the most complex of all nerves in the body that proceeds from the brain, responsible for transmitting motor information from the brain to tissues and organs throughout the body. The vagus nerve represents 80% of our Parasympathetic Nervous System (PNS), directly controlling digestion, detoxification, and immunity.

The Parasympathetic nerve system is the only scientific counter to the sympathetic nervous system. 

The Parasympathetic Nervous System (PNS) control our digestion, detoxification and immunologic balance.

  1. Regulates blood pressure
  2. Slow down the heart rate
  3. Stimulates peristalsis 
  4. Control sweating and 
  5. Maintain vascular/muscle tone

Stimulating the vagus nerve can 'wake up' the PNS, benefitting the human body in various ways. Lowering blood pressure naturally, decrease in muscle tone, and the innate immune system is activated, reducing body-wide inflammation (Pavlov 2012).

Benefits Of Vagal Stim Applications:

  • PAIN THERAPY: Dolphin VNS can introduce this potentially lifesaving intervention into any hospital or clinical setting (applied in under 15 min/patient)
  • STRESS DE-ACTIVATION: Dolphin may be applied to or by front line worker preventatively to reduce stress and anxiety immediately and improve immunity against covid and in reducing COVID-19 infections risk
  • GENERAL RELAXATION: Dolphin helps in relaxing the body resulting into lowering blood pressure, improving digestion, controlling blood sugar levels, reducing activity of stress hormones, reducing muscle tension and chronic pain.

Top Vagus Nerve Related Disorders

  • Depression or anxiety or both
  • Insomnia / sleep apnea
  • Higher blood pressure, 30%
  • Gastrointestinal complaints, 29%

Vagus Nerve Importance

The two branches of the Vagus Nerve (VN) are part of the autonomic nervous system and are considered the "brakes" of the body. This 10th cranial nerve is so important, it is responsible for our immunity, anti-inflammatory, and respiratory functioning.

Stress is a killer, as the leading cause of 90% of human deaths is stress-related conditions (Salleh 2008). So activating and maintaining a strong and vibrant vagus nerve is much more important than most people realize.

NEW FIELD of Medicine: Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS), an emerging field of bioelectronic medicine, has been proven to regulate inflammatory responses and is supported in science as a promising therapy for the treatment of COVID-19 Long-Haul symptomology

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