Frequently Asked Questions

Every Deep Muscle Stimulator comes a manual to learn how to operate the DMS. A series of videos showing how to use the Deep Muscle Stimulator and how it is applied to various parts of the body to aid healing from sports and other injuries.

Getting Started
Neck & Shoulders
Lower Torso
Front of Legs
Lower Back
Back of Legs


How long are DMS treatments?

It depends on the problem area (acute or chronic). It could be from 5 minutes up to an hour. Can also be used for trigger points, 30 seconds to 1 minute.

What is the difference between the DMS and other massage therapies?

DMS produces 2200 Rpm’s with a hertz of 36.6. It is the deepest massage tool on the market. It is not made out of plastic or rubber. The Deep Muscle Stimulator is made out of stainless steel and titanium. It is totally portable and can be used anywhere in the world as long as there is electricity available.

Do you have to be licensed?

No. The DMS is used as a massage tool. Minimal instruction is needed.

Is the DMS easy to use?

Yes. But the person administering treatment should have an understanding of the human anatomy is all that’s required. An anatomy chart of muscles is your best aid. Always use a towel as a buffer.

Can DMS be used with alternative therapies?

Yes. Any and all therapies can be used in conjunction with the DMS. No cream or gel that produces heat should be applied prior to a DMS treatment.

What is the age range for DMS treatments?

The person being treated must be 16 years of age and older.

Can DMS be used on a bruise or tendonitis?

Yes. Start by working above and below the area for a total of 5 minutes. Stop treatment, apply ice for 2 minutes. Then go to the affected area and treat with the DMS for 5 minutes. Repeat ice for 2 minutes. Then repeat procedure 3 to 4 times.

Where NOT to use the DMS.

On the eyes, teeth, breast implants, cancerous cells, reproductive organs (male and female), electronic devices such as pacemakers, any prosthesis, screws, plates, juvenile diabetic, women who are pregnant, stress fractures or fractures, or open wounds.