What is ONDAMED?
ONDAMED is a pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy
device that employs biofeedback of the patient’s specific frequencies, to encourage cellular healing and regeneration. Introduced by German electronics engineer Rolfe Binder in 1994, the ONDAMED is based on both traditional and pioneering Western and
Eastern healing techniques (including Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurvedic Medicine, Homeopathy).
It is based on the concept which recognises that living organisms are energy systems,
the state of health of which is determined by the condition and flow of the contained energy. Any imbalance in this flow by way of a blockage or leakage is what underlies every disorders or diseases.
Who will benefit from ONDAMED ?
We believe almost everyone can benefit from ONDAMED Therapy. ONDAMED can be beneficial alone or it can complement other therapy.
If you are recovering from trauma or disease, dealing with chronic pain, fatigue, or bone loss, or if you are generally healthy and want to increase vitality, ONDAMED may help you build up your resistance and stamina and feel better.
Clinical Studies has showed that PEMF aid to:
- Reduce pain, inflammation and edema
- Facilitate cellular repair and regeneration
- Improve blood circulation and activate lymphatic drainage
- Support elimination of toxins
- Promote absorption of nutrients and minerals
- Improve sleep patterns and mood, and increase vitality
- Reduce the harmful effects of geopathic and environmental stress
The ONDAMED device is able
to find and correct these imbalances and so to reverse ANY ailment arising from them. By feeling the pulse of the patient, the ONDAMED practitioner is able to detect Vascular Autonomic Signals also known as the VAS and to determine therewith which ONDAMED
waves will help the patient.
The Vascular Autonomic Signal (VAS) is an arterial wall
response discovered by Paul Nogier in 1968. A VAS occurs when specific stimuli such as the waves the ONDAMED device directs at the patient, meet and resonate with the normal arterial pulse wave (which is loaded with information on the total state of health
of the patient). By dialing through the stored frequencies in the ONDAMED device the practitioner matches the waves from the device with the normal pulse wave of the patient and determines which wave (and in which location) resonates with the normal pulse
wave and so elicits a vascular autonomic signal.