This genre of Cybernetic Biofeedback therapy was originally developed by a team of Russian scientists and doctors based in Taganrog. The devices were created to treat cosmonauts that were in space for long periods. This Russian Cybernetic Biofeedback therapy was developed as an alternative means for promoting the body’s own healing process.
These DC microcurrent devices have been widely used in Russian hospitals since the early 1980’s. However, it remained a military secret until Perestroika. At that time, the inventors were issued a patent for the device, and they began to make the technology available to the West.
How the Biomodulator technology works:
The device sends out a series of signals through the skin and measures the response. Each signal is only sent out when a change in response to the previous signal is recorded in the electrical properties of the skin. Visible responses include reddening of the skin, numbness, stickiness (the device will have the feeling of being magnetically dragged), a change in the numerical readout and an increase in the electronic clattering of the device.
The body can get accustomed to a stable pathological state, which may have been caused by injury, disease or toxicity. The C-fibers, which comprise 85% of all nerves in the body, react most readily to the electro-stimulation and are responsible for the production of neuro-peptides and other regulatory peptides.
Ideal for treatment of:
- chronic injuries and myofacial restrictions
- acute sprains, strains, sports injuries
- carpal tunnel, intractable pain patterns
- arthritis, tendonitis, muscle spasms
- neuralgias, ulcers, burns, infections
- TMJ, headaches and migranes, Bell’s Palsy
- autonomic imbalances, reflex sympthetic disorders
- chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia
- non surgical facial rejuvenation, scar tissue, acne
- post surgical scar tissue, neuromas, edema
- heel pain, shin splints
- delayed non-union of fractures, open wounds
- equine/small animal therapy