New Release: The Resonance Effect

Posted by – April 25, 2017
Categories: Bodywork & Somatics Health & Healing New Release

Frequency Specific Microcurrent Therapy

Millions of Americans suffer from chronic pain every single day. From nerve pain to fibromyalgia to the thousands of other chronic conditions, people are looking everywhere in an effort to find some relief and treatment for their suffering. The Resonance Effect details how Carolyn McMakin is revolutionizing treatment of such ailments with FSM therapy, or Frequency Specific Microcurrent therapy. Using frequencies provided by a microcurrent-device and years of testing has enabled McMakin to pioneer a new energy treatment for patients that provides pain-free results that are consistent and teachable for both medical professionals and the common patient.

While this book contains the reasoning and the instructions behind the treatment, it is also the brave story of McMakin’s struggle to find her own calling in the medical profession and within the creation of this new remedy. As magical as the treatment may seem, it is through McMakin’s eyes that we see the science of FSM come alive as she examines patients and learns how the frequencies resonate within the human body using the physics of resonance. The Resonance Effect embraces the unknown and what was once thought of as impossible as McMakin relates her account of this advanced treatment, which gives hope that chronic pain will one day be a part of the past.

Carolyn McMakin studied at Western States Chiropractic College. After beginning her practice, she taught a course at Portland State University on the diagnosis and treatment of fibromyalgia and myofascial pain. In 1996, she began treating these patients using frequencies resurrected from a list created in the 1920s. After testing the frequencies and treatment protocols to determine if they were reproducible, she presented her results at the American Back Society national meeting and published the first fifty cases in August 1998. In 1999, she discovered one specific frequency treatment protocol that would eliminate the full body pain of fibromyalgia associated with spine trauma in sixty minutes. Because these results were reproducible, she has continued to present cases and teach seminars for physicians and practitioners all over the world.


About the Author

Elise Harmenzon is a recent graduate of the University of Redlands, where she majored in English. She is currently an editorial intern at North Atlantic Books.