SEQEX and ion resonance
The Seqex® system was developed based on research conducted in the mid 1970s by the scientist W.R. Adey, who discovered that it is possible to stimulate the biological ions in living organisms using extremely low frequency and low intensity electromagnetic fields.
Over the following years, Carl Blackman, a scientist at the U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), discovered that these results were critically dependent on the direction of application of the electromagnetic fields.
In 1984 Prof. A.R. Liboff, interested at the time in the biological effects of cosmic radiation, hypothesized that the discoveries of Adey and Blackman could easily be explained by assuming that the terrestrial magnetic field, or geomagnetic field (GMF), interacted with the applied variable fields, producing a phenomenon known as ion cyclotron resonance (ICR) directly inside tissues.
The phenomenon of ICR is well known to physics: it requires the simultaneous application of two parallel magnetic fields, one static and one variable through time.
Assuming that the effects observed in the laboratory by Adey and Blackburn were caused by ICR, Liboff demonstrated that, on the basis of the frequencies used and the values of the GMF, the range of intensity of the GMF on the Earth’s surface corresponded with ICR frequencies, so that very low physiologically significant frequencies were capable of affecting key biological ions, like for example calcium, potassium, and magnesium.
These discoveries were of revolutionary importance: the observations of Adey and Blackman had effectively revealed an intrinsic electromagnetic property in living beings.
Welcome to the world of Seqex Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy.
This device can be used under medical supervision for the treatment of diverse ailments with the intention of: Promoting the reduction of inflammation;
Inducing a muscle relaxant effect, or contributing to improving microcirculation
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*The use of this device not substitute traditional medical treatments and is intended as an adjunct to medical treatments