Julie Bridgman RMT

Needleless Acupuncture Neurostim

what's in YOUR future... drug-free pain management!


What is MPS Therapy and the Dolphin Neurostim?
The Dolphin Neurostim is the future of drug-free pain management

Micro-Point Stimulation (MPS) Therapy integrates the theory of acupressure/acupuncture treatments with The Dolphin Neurostim Technology for a unique therapeutic approach. Instead of thumb pressing or needles to stimulate the points, I use a special form of low frequency electrical stimulation that mimics the healing process.

The Dolphin Neurostim electrically locates and stimulates a specific series of acupuncture and trigger points which have been proven to help relieve chronic pain.  After the Dolphin Neurostim has located each treatment point,  I push the treatment button and pain relief starts.   

How is pain relieved and what happens?

1.  It uses theory of acupuncture and trigger point therapy, where the insertion of needles has been scientifically proven to stimulate the release of powerful internal opiates called endophins.   Not only are endorphins the most powerful pain relievers, they enhance the immune system, reduce stress and produce a feeling of euphoria, your feel-good hormones.

2.  The Dolphin Neurostim releases or relaxes contracted and spastic muscles. One approach to pain management, called the Neuropathic Pain Model, suggests that tightened/contracted muscles cause nerve entrapments throughout the body.  The theory suggests this increase of neural sensation with the subsequent muscle contraction, may now be the primary physiological basis of many chronic pain syndromes.

Applying the Dolphin Neurostim to tightened and contracted muscles "releases" the muscles and permits increased innervation of neural pathways. This allows substantial decrease in pain levels.  By relaxing the muscles there is less pressure on the nerves which calms the nerve pathways, permitting greater range of motion and increased function.

3.  The Dolphin Neurostim unit itself has the ability to either increase or decrease circulation in the area of injury. To decrease the circulation would be similar to ice therapy and is most beneficial for pain control and decreasing swelling. To increase would be similar to heat therapy and is most beneficial for immune enhancement and neural regeneration. Helping to decrease or increase the blood flow to the area contributes to the natural healing process. 

Scars, chronic back pain conditions, repetitive strain injury's, head pain, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome and many other painful conditions respond well with this approach to pain management.