ICARE pad

ICARE PAD and Frequency Specific Microcurrent

What is the ICARE Pad?

 

Receive the benefits of Frequency Specific Microcurrents in your home through the ICare App on your phone and the ICare pad! The App is available for both Android and Apple phones.
The ICARE pad contains two coils that turn the FSM frequencies into a pulsed electromagnetic field. The beauty is that you can get an individualized FSM treatment in your own home without wet towels.

ALA will determine the FSM protocol for you via Qest 4 Bio-Energetic scanning, either long distance (Quantum Field) or in-person.
The treatments are individualized to meet your needs at any given point in time.

Who would benefit from ICARE, and what to expect during ICARE treatment?

Anyone who would commit to self-care would benefit from ICare. ICare helps with pain management, acute injury and illness, and post-surgery.
The protocols may make you sleepy while the program is running. Clients report that they run the FSM protocols while they sleep at night, or they may wear it during the day.
Clients have reported decreased pain and stiffness, improved healing, and many other health improvements.

What are the steps for getting started?

Purchase the ICare pad from ALA.
Download the ICARE PEMF app. Open the app and fill in your contact information.
Go to the Resource Tab on the bottom right to watch videos and become familiar with the app.
Plug the pad into your phone's audio jack and turn up the volume to the max (There are adapters for Iphone). Select the protocol you want to run and hit the Run button. You may use the thumb up button to receive another minute on the frequency pair or thumb down to skip that frequency pair.
To import new protocols, select download on the pop screen or hit the "New" button and download the new protocol.

For additional information about ICARE and Contact Info

https://icare-pemf.com/
iCare.PEMF@gmail.com

FDA Disclaimer

The ICare pad and app is not a medical device, not a microcurrent machine, not billable to insurance and not FDA registered device.