A number of videos are available for viewing, divided up by theme and type of application. On the pages dedicated to the Seqex Med and Seqex Fam devices there are video tutorials which are useful when you first use Seqex.
The ion cyclotron resonance page includes the lectures of Prof. A. R. Liboff. In the Training area you will find introductions to our instructors. Other resources include University Lectures and Courseware.
All the videos can also be viewed on our Vimeo channel.
Ion Cyclotron Resonance
Starting from the studies by Prof. A. R. Liboff, in 1999 SISTEMI created the first Seqex device.
The electromagnetic phenomenon known as ion cyclotron resonance has been known to mainstream physics since the early years of the 1900s.
The first observations of its biological effects were made in the 1970s by the researchers W.R. Adey and Carl Blackman.
In order to consult the scientific documentation you are invited to visit the website sibeonline.com
SIBE stands for the Italian Society of Electrodynamic Biophysics, founded in 2005 by a group of doctors, biologists, engineers, physicists, and electro-medical device manufacturers. The aims of this non profit organization are research, applications, and spreading of knowledge of the biological effects of electromagnetic fields and their use for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. The members of the association meet periodically to compare their experience, exchange information, update the state of progress of their research, and present clinical case histories compiled by medical doctors.
Electro-medical devices that generate variable electromagnetic fields are approved for the treatment of pathologies and traumas of the osteoarticular apparatus. The experiences presented in the videos and/or in the reports in this or other sections of the website that refer to applications in therapeutic contexts other than osteoarticular must be understood exclusively as experimental research for possible future applications. While these studies were conducted by skilled professional doctors under their own responsibility, they cannot be considered as proposing substitutions for traditional treatments, nor do they represent an invitation to suspend conventional medical treatments or medications.