Microcurrent Stimulation

One of the great advancements in health the last 40 years is connected to the use of microcurrent stimulation to assist in the regeneration of tissue and bone in the human body. From early studies done in the early 1970’s by Robert Becker, MD, the science around this technology continues to be vibrant and robust. Part of the success of microcurrent stimulation is connected to its use in the practice of sports medicine, where the therapy is widely used to facilitate faster recovery from injury and repair of damaged muscles and other tissue. 

Grace Halloran came across this technology in 1977 and she saw a potential for it benefitting her work with degenerative eye disease. By 1985 she had incorporated it as a core component in her development of the Better Eye Health Program. Although it is a technology that can be used on its own, our experience is that it works better in conjunction with the other aspects of the program. After all Grace was reversing eye disease before she even included microcurrent stimulation! 

Below you will find research and studies connected to this powerful and dynamic technology and practice. You might notice that a number of the studies pair microcurrent stimulation with other supportive techniques, such as nutrition. This just reminds us that often the best practice is one that utilizes complementary approaches for deeper healing. 

1. Microcurrent Stimulation in the treatment of Dry and Wet Macular Degeneration

2. The Effects of Electric Currents on ATP Generation, Protein Synthesis and Membrane Transport

3. Bioelectrical Stimulation in An Integrated Treatment for Macular Degeneration, RP, Glaucoma, CMV-Retinitis and Diabetic Retinopathy

4. The Treatment of Retinal Diseases w/ Microcurrent Stimulation & Nutritional Supplementation

5. Macular Degeneration Treatment with Nutrients and Micro Current Electricity

6. Nutritional Supplementation, Electrical Stimulation and Age Related Macular Degeneration

7. Patents for Microcurrent Devices