Generally, the analysis phase consists in connecting 2 electrodes to the body of the person and investigating an area between 1Hz and 40 MHz maximum. The area is generally decided by the operator, depending on the aim of the investigation.
The scan of the chosen frequency range is run with the suitable rate/time parameters.
During this phase, through a circuit of bio-feedback, the Hz-mA and the Hz-Ohm diagrams are traced. An appropriate mathematical elaboration consists of the analysis and automatic fitting of data, in order to highlight possible areas of “unusual” absorption in terms of frequency, characterized by resonance peaks to specific frequencies.
During the treatment phase, 4 electrodes are connected to the person’s body, generally 2 to their wrists and 2 to their ankles, to which the signals detected during the analysis phase are sent, with suitable waveforms, width and phase, in order to obtain a rebalancing effect on the organism.
Follow-up analysis, run after each treatment, allow to verify if the treatment was effective.
The treatment is carried out multiple times, until the frequency peaks determined in the previous analysis disappear.
After this phase, it is possible to send signals at specific frequencies to provide energetic intake to the main organs, for example those responsible for toxin draining and depuration of the organism, in order to support them in the detoxification phase and therefore favor a quicker rebalance of the organism.