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What is frequency therapy?

Updated: Mar 12, 2021

Frequency therapy is a non-invasive, drug free, pain free procedure which consists of electronic pulses of microcurrents being sent directly into the body and area of damaged tissue to accelerate the healing process. The microcurrents travel directly into your system, stimulating your cells. This creates energy and directs oxygen to that area, enhancing the recovery and cell regeneration process.

According to, cell researchers Dr Robert O. Becker and Dr Bjorn Nordenstrom, "many chronic and acute diseases can develop when the cell membrane tension drops." They have found that Cell health can be determined by one simple parameter: the electrical cell membrane voltage (which you can read about in the Cell Membrane Voltage post on my blog).

The Healy handbook explains the following:

"According to our model, electrical frequencies are the language and the key to cell communication. The frequency modulated microcurrent used in the application communicates with the cells using the 'language' of frequencies. Thus, one goal of the application is to counteract the extracellular hyperacidity and restore natural cell membrane tension.

The knowledge of which frequencies can be used during an application played a significant role in the development of Healy. Through information field controlled frequency application, Healy should optimally support the cellular environment and cell membrane voltage with specific and individually selected frequencies and currents.

In this way, the metabolism and cell division, among other things, should be stimulated in such a way that the ATP synthesis, i.e. the energy production of the cells, and protein synthesis for the construction of the basic building blocks of the human body, are strengthened."

All this information and more is available in the Healy handbook, which I can provide you and talk through with you when we meet for a consultation, or during ongoing support.

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