Midwest Microcurrent Unveils New Pet Arthritis Microcurrent Therapy

Midwest Microcurrent, the leader in treatment for animal pain and mood disorders in Missouri and at http://www.midwestmicrocurrent.com announced their revolutionary Alpha-Stim® animal pain relief system as an alternative to traditional drugs.

Online PR News – 05-May-2010 – – Union, Missouri, May 5th, 2010 – Midwest Microcurrent, a company that specializes in pet joint pain and anxiety alleviation, announced today their unique ability to treat animals using Alpha-Stim® Microcurrent technology. Dr. Ava Frick's clinic has had great success in promoting healing, recovery, and improved mental health using Microcurrent Electrical Therapy (MET) and Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) for cats, dogs, horses, and other pets. Dan Kirsch, founder of the Alpha-Stim® technology, said Midwest Microcurrent owner Dr. Ava Frick “is the world's leading authority of Microcurrent therapy in animals.”

There are many applications for MET, which employs low levels of harmonizing electrical currents, such as treating animal arthritis, providing canine pain relief, helping with paralysis, and treating equine back pain and muscles spasms. CES treatment has proven helpful for minimizing conditions including pet anxiety and stress, fear of storms and separation from owners, obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, and insomnia. Interested pet owners can go to http://www.midwestmicrocurrent.com to download free brochures for a clear explanation of how to treat animal pain and pet anxiety using the Alpha-Stim® device.

Success stories abound, such as the case of a rescued basset hound dog, Toby, with an amputated leg. Toby exhibited depression during post-operative recovery, showing decreasing appetite and movement. The dog found new vigor after CES therapy, leading his owner Nora Schild to say, “I must admit I was skeptical when Dr. Frick first recommended it, but after witnessing the relief it gave Toby, I fast became an advocate of CES treatment." Dr. Frick states that “animals are very in-tune to their bodies and will generally respond quicker to Alpha-Stim® therapy than do humans.”

Pets can receive personalized attention and care at the Animal Fitness Center, or pet owners can obtain the easy-to-use devices for at-home treatment after their pets have received a diagnosis and prescription from Dr. Frick, who is an authorized Alpha-Stim® practitioner.

About Midwest Microcurrent: Midwest Microcurrent is a company that has directed more than 3,000 animal Alpha-Stim® treatments customized to each species. The technology has been instrumental in relieving animal depression and providing pet pain relief.

Dr. Ava Frick, Founder
Midwest Microcurrent LLC
1827 Denmark Road
Union, Missouri 63084