Masters of Health Magazine February 2021 | Page 60

Research shows that specific frequencies correlate with organs and organ systems while significantly impacting cells, tissue, and organs:

8 Hz with the heart

1,217.7 Hz with the kidneys

0.18 Hz with the liver

406.37 Hz with the lungs

26.90 Hz with the colon

114.03 Hz with the stomach

60.40 Hz with the spleen/pancreas.13

These frequencies are available in different octaves just like on a tempered piano; the note C can be played on higher and lower octaves. Frequency is the term to explain repetition per unit of time and is expressed in Hertz (Hz). These frequencies are based on the mathematical framework upon which the basis of geometry is founded, as previously documented by Pythagoras in 500 BC; this structure can be found in all elements of nature.

Again, the critical importance is the fine tuning of the therapeutic intervention to the patient’s needs. It is just like when we use a remote control to get to channel 4 by pressing the number 4 on the remote, or by pressing the button on our key to open our own car in a parking lot filled with hundreds of cars: Only the correct signal will be received by the sensor and open the door of our own car. Our cells’ behavior is quite similar; their communication is based on electromagnetic signaling and if we want to tap into the cellular communication pathways, we need to use the right electromagnetic fields. Though how does one know what is right or most suitable/therapeutic, and if we knew which signal was right, where would we place the stimulation on the body?

One answer could be to adapt a novel approach developed by French neurologist Nogier in the 1970s, using a method similar to a polygraph (lie detector), but much simpler, to get to the “truth” of the individual by overriding what we think we know and allowing the practitioner to tap into the response of the autonomic nervous system. A device provides stimulation by applying focused individual frequencies to the patient via an applicator, and the practitioner palpates the radial artery to record frequencies whenever the pulse’s quality (not quantity) changes due to the focused electromagnetic field stimulation.

This method allows fine-tuning to the patient and selecting the frequencies most relevant to the patient. Then the practitioner applies the selected frequencies and scans the body with a hand-held applicator to isolate areas on the body which may be inflamed, infected, diseased, or otherwise disturbed. Again, the reaction from the radial pulse biofeedback is used to discover dysfunctional tissue areas. Once these areas are found, including soft tissue, ligaments, tendons, joints, and bone, special applicators are placed on the selected areas to stimulate cellular repair and regeneration.

Figure 1: ONDAMED fPEMF therapy combined with biofeedback