This method offers an optimal biophysical therapeutic system through the use of the latest electronic technology. Carefully controlled electromagnetic impulses are induced within clearly defined and reproducible physical parameters. Biological systems depend upon electromagnetism. This fact can be demonstrated through the observation of "magnetides", dense corpuscles found within bacteria, as seen through the electron microscope. The magnetides and related components resonate within magnetic fields. Indeed, all biological systems exist within electromagnetic fields and depend upon them to function effectively.
Researchers Georges Lakhovsky in France and Royal R. Rife in the US first used electromagnetic frequencies in therapy in the 1920´s and 1930´s. Rife demonstrated the elimination of bacteria and viruses through the application of specific resonance frequencies. In addition, Cyril W. Smith at Salford University in England confirmed through documented studies that the application of an electromagnetic field caused irritation in biological systems. He observed clear evidence of allergic reactions to electro-smog in patients. Smith postulated a dualistic relationship between frequency and substance. He postulated that biophysical treatment could be as effective as chemical treatment. However, optimal resonance frequencies between the patient and surrounding physical parameters are required.
The method of treatment is relatively simple. Specific resonance parameters between the patient and the impulse frequency are determined by measuring the pulse reflex. This process takes about three minutes. Impulses are applied centrally to the neck by an external applicator. A second applicator is moved back and forth along specific zones of the patient. Determining these zones is vital for effective treatment of chronic diseases. These zones are quickly found by measuring the pulse. For instance, one patient with chronic myoendocarditis following open heart surgery had to be treated by moving the second applicator along the right hypochondriac region. After introducing the ~MC -- MF~ Method by Kessler et al. in New York in 2005, ONDAMED has become even more a breakthrough in medical history. The ~Main Complaint -- Main Focus~ Method selects the one responsible focus for the current complaint of the patient. It is indeed an astounding tool for the practitioner to succeed with his patient.
Principles on physics:
Superimposing one magnetic field on another induces the flow of electrons (Maxwell). Disease in human pathology has been defined primarily as an increase of cellular acidity (Lennert). Acidity in physics can be defined as a relative increase of protons (H+). Protons, according to Cyril W. Smith, are micro-magnets. Micro-magnetism of protons is used in modern imaging technology to determine diagnoses. Accordingly, an accumulation of protons or hydrogen ions (H+) represents a serious physical problem in diseases. "Proton fields" (e.g., our patient with chronic myoendocarditis in his upper right abdomen) manifest a stable static micro-magnetic field. Nothing "moves" here. Computerized Segment Electrography (University of Heidelberg, Heim and Schimmel) would show no fluctuation. Due to the way functional biological systems relate to each other, this lack of movement may result in severe physical or psychological problems. ONDAMED has been described in detail in Dr.Kessler's book on ONDAMED in 2007. It can be both read and downloaded from this website (left column).