The term PEMF is used to describe all pulse-emitting magnetic field therapies. The level of performance in the parameters is what makes the difference. Magnetic resonance therapy usually has only one signal shape, which is modulated with one or two frequencies at a low field strength. This is not difficult from a technical perspective. The term used for this is stimulation.
In classical MFT, a range of signals are used (sinus, sawtooth, I-sawtooth and squarewave signals) along with a variety of frequencies from 1 to several thousand Hz and field strengths that are 100 x higher than with magnetic resonance therapy. High-end devices offer high-range parameters from 1 - 5,000 Hz and 10 - 10,000 µT in different signal shapes without any loss of amplitude, regardless of the setting.
The variety of signal shapes (sinus, sawtooth, I-sawtooth and squarewave signal) is technically challenging, the most stylish solution and lies at the upper end of the pricing segment. It covers a range of clinical application requirements. A meta-study by the University of Vienna shows that top studies involving control groups, placebo-controlled, double-blind and randomised subjects achieve excellent clinical results with high-range parameters. The field strengths vary in this context from 200 µT to 10,000 µT.
A Sanza innovation:
two magnetic field generators that generate two frequencies and therefore signal shapes that are similar to the body's own signals, known as envelope curves. As a result, programs have been developed that can biologically navigate around the human's autonomic state with maximum effectiveness.
The bio-frequency current utilising the identified resonance frequencies of viruses, bacteria, fungi and worms can suppress microbes that have made their way into the body and therefore establish a balance. These pathogens never occur individually, but rather in groups, i.e. with other types of microbes too. The specialist expertise surrounding which groups work together has been developed over a decade of work involving 160,000 measurements on the human body. The results of these measurements are stored in the memories of the BFS Chips
In the bio-frequency current application with Sanza, a frequency generated by the control unit and a frequency generated by the chip is transferred alternately every second to the hand electrode. The delivered energy condenses the pathogen's energy. This paralyses the pathogen, prevents it from reproducing and weakens it considerably, leaving it vulnerable to attack from the immune system. Another innovation alongside group identification (Chips #1 - 8) is the Skip Function. With this function, the frequency changes 5 times per second by 10° to a different phase. This means that no pathogens are able to evade the concentrated energy compression. This achieves maximum effects and the fastest possible cleansing of the body.
Laser and magnetic field application
Sanza allows the combination of PEMF (envelope curves) and laser therapy simultaneously in one application. The envelope curves increase the voltage in the cell membrane so that metabolic processes can occur faster once again. The polarisation of the cell membrane, for example of red blood cells, stops rouleaux from forming. The erythrocytes, which are then free to float freely, now permeate the capillary vessels and supply the tissue with oxygen..
The light photons from the Sanza laser allow the cells to once again form their own cell energy (ATP). The combination of both types of therapy produces deeper penetration of the light photons into the tissue structures.