Kim has been working with athletes for over 20 years. As a manual therapist, she would sometimes feel that there was a missing link between what her treatments could accomplish and what the elite athletic community needed. Admittedly, when she came across her first FSM device, it seemed too good to be true..

Frequency Specific Microcurrent was developed by Dr. Carolyn McMakin in 1995. Microcurrent devices deliver frequencies and current in millionths of an amp and have been shown in published studies to increase energy (ATP) production in cells by 500%. Just think what that alone can do….! Microcurrent itself  dates back as far as the 1900’s, however, it wasn’t introduced as a battery operated physical therapy modality until the 1980’s. In  June of 1997 it was clear that the effects of FSM were reproducible and the seminars were taught in three day intensive classes in the use of frequency protocols, the differential diagnosis of pain generators and neurological conditions.

When Kim isn’t teaching FSM courses, she is busy with her private sports therapy practice in the Bay Area in California.