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Macro FIMS Therapy


FIMS therapy is a therapy using a special needle to treat the disc and stenosis. If degeneration of the nerves causes a narrowed nerve canal (hole to which the nerves pass), pressure on nerves and pain, then a special needle is inserted into the nerve canal to release the stenosis, restore the function of the nerves as well as to alleviate swelling and inflammation of the nerves.

FIMS therapy stimulates ligaments and muscles acting around the disc as well as the adhesion of the nerve in order to relieve the pain and restore the spine's ability.

Macro FIMS therapy

Therapeutic Targets

  • Lumbar disc herniation
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Anterior transposition
  • Tingling sensation of feet
  • Acute or Chronic back pain
  • If pain persists after spinal surgery


  • Because a specially designed needle with rounded tip is used for the peel adhesion, it does not damage the nerves.
  • By avoiding incisions, it leaves no scar and only takes about 30 minutes.
  • Due to the procedure taking place under local anesthesia, there is no complications or side effects potentially caused by using a general anesthesia.
  • The safe procedure is possible even in the case of the patients with chronic diseases, such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease or osteoporosis in the elderly.
  • The muscles, ligaments or nerves causing the pain are treated with the special needle's direct stimulation in order to treat the underlying cause rather than just provide temporary relief.


  • The interval is twice every 2-4 weeks. Then, exercise to strengthen deep muscle is simultaneously used as a prolotherapy in order to restore the ligaments around the disc and prevent recurrence.
  • It is more effective for patients to receive nutrition injections for pain immunity and for a simultaneously faster recovery.

Lumbar disc herniation MRIPictures