ONDAMED is a battery-powered biofeedback device that a medical practitioner uses to determine which frequencies of sound, as well as accompanying weak pulsed electromagnetic fields, cause a response in a patient’s autonomic nervous system.
Temporary stimulation by these frequencies, combined with the patient’s cognitive and non-cognitive participation, promotes relaxation, muscle re-education, and rehabilitation that returns the body to its former state of wellness.
How do ONDAMED’s impulses impact each individual?
Humans are electromagnetic beings, and are receptive to electromagnetic vibrations. ONDAMED stimulation induce subtle current impulses in the body’s fluids, organs, tissue, and cells. Our connective tissue, also known as “the matrix”, is our largest organ in the body. Connective tissue connects all cells and organs in the body.
The flow of electrons takes place in connective tissue. The perineural and perivascular system sits in organs, around muscles, bones and nerves. What takes place here may be compared to a semiconductor. Let’s take the following example: Isolated areas in the body, such as inflammation, are collecting a different electrical potential widely known as the ph-level in the body.
Once the ph-level is outside the neutral range of close to ph7, it indicates an electrical potential of the isolated area. This potential has an electrical field, which influences the conductivity in the surrounding area – just as the gate does in a semiconductor.