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TimeWaver Lecturer

Carolyn McMakin

It's easy to walk on water once you know where the rocks are.

Occupation

Chiropractor running her own pain clinic in Portland/Oregon, instructor for the TimeWaver Frequency McMakin device

Focus:

Pain therapy, FSM inventor and eponym of the TimeWaver Frequency McMakin System, seminar leader

TimeWaver Devices

TimeWaver Frequency McMakin, Healy

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about me

I am a chiropractor, inventor of FSM application and leader of various seminars on the use of FSM in the United States, Australia, Europe and the Middle East.

Starting my medical career, I became thoroughly familiar with the world of medicine working 16 years as a pharmaceutical representative. After some time I decided to study Chiropractics, graduating in 1994. Thereupon I established my own practice. In the course of acquiring various medical devices, I came across a microcurrent therapy device from 1922, an era when the non-pharmaceutical treatment of various diseases was not yet as strictly regulated by authorities and lobbying groups in the USA.

Based on this device, I developed the Frequency Specific Micro Current application (FSM) within the next two years and started teaching it in 1997. Building on the success with FSM, I increasingly concentrated on research work on fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome and the differentiated diagnosis and treatment of pain and sports injuries. The results of FSM application are now predictable, reproducible and teachable – without showing any side effects. A few years ago, a cooperation with TimeWaver was established and the FSM procedure was developed into a practical application system – the TimeWaver Frequency McMakin system. I love to work with this device; it is so easy to use the protocols or to create them yourself. Now, as I approach the last decades of my life, it is my heart’s desire that twenty years of experience in the application of the Resonance Effect will continue to exist, even if I will no longer be around. There is so much more to do. There is so much more research to be done. There are so many more patients who could be helped and regain hope.

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