The most often reported effect of electro-stimulus is an increase in energy. This is partly explained in the literature as being the result of ATP synthesis. A known process that occurs in the muscular tissues. The long term effect is increased strength, bone, tendon and muscle growth.
But there are a vast number of tissue types in the body, and by stimulating them all, even slightly, seems to produce a reliable turn around for a great many people.
Other noted effects include a variety of bio-active electromotive forces. The endergonic reactions brought about by frequency and polarity seem to result in microbial electrocution and detoxification. These may also include many better known effects, such as diathermy, electrolysis, nerve adaptation and electro-poration to a much lesser degree.
From the user perspective, it is most commonly involving a maintenance routine established over time. An application that has been customized specifically as appropriate for the individuals use. This may be as little as 5 minutes a few times a week. Depending on the users goals and expectations, sessions may be much longer, and may be used in a very general way, or in very specific ways, as required.
A large library of recorded sessions that have been successful in the past, optimizes the users chance of success. A true understanding of the therapy brings the insights of realistic expectations. An understanding of the true nature of any given health problem, will give rise to logical methods of application. There is a very high percentage of success by users who are systematic and reasonably intrepid.