High frequency method


The high-frequency method is an imaging method with which the functional state of organs and meridians can be recorded and simultaneously treated. By measuring the cell membrane tension, hypofunctions and hyperfunctions, inflammations and metabolic disorders of organs can be detected and, if necessary, treated directly.

Many patients report feeling "energetically charged" after the treatment of the whole body.

Limitationen und Kontraindikationen


The high-frequency method does not sufficiently diagnose diseases that are not associated with reduced cell tension (e.g. cardiac arrhythmia or very slow-growing benign tumours).


High frequency treatment is contraindicated in patients with pacemakers and other implanted electronics and in women in the first third of pregnancy. It cannot be performed in these cases. If you have any questions, please contact our practice team to clarify whether treatment is possible with your implant.