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Micro current treatment

I am searching for some advice and guidance on using micro-current rehab therapy to aid recovery from rotator cuff surgery.

My main concern is that I have a LINX medical advice fitted to the oseophagus that has titanium coated magnets to help close the sphincter. I am looking to ascertain whether the use of micro-currents would be a risk for me.

The machine I have been lent is an ARC4Health - a non-evasive certified, class 11A medical device.

I am keen to aid my recovery given that I am a self employed Osteopath and wish to return to treating patients as soon as possible.

Jim Crompton

6 months ago

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