The Contact Mode in Healing
Using frequencies in Contact Mode basically means applying an exclusively Electric (and non-magnetic) Field to a portion of the tissue.
It also means transferring information with extremely low currents, which have the characteristic of traveling on "roads" with the lowest possible resistance (blood vessels, lymphatics and extracellular matrix rich in water and mineral salts).
Theoretically, one might think that such "information" can never reach the cells directly, which are instead the main recipients (also because at low frequencies the Electric Field is not able to cross the cell membrane).
So how is it possible to obtain benefits by using a Contact mode, with the low frequencies used in Healing?
The answer comes to us from traditional and quantum Physics.
Traditional physics tells us that an electric field generates a magnetic one. The latter finds no obstacles in its propagation, so it can penetrate and "inform" any material, substance or tissue that occurs along its flow lines. In practice this mainly results in gene stimulation.
As a consequence of the formation of a Magnetic Field, Quantum Physics teaches us that certain frequencies can trigger a condition of Cyclotronic Ion Resonance on certain essential ions (Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Lithium, etc.), which are freed from the Coherence Domains in which they were trapped and made available to the needs of the cells.
It is possible to obtain excellent results from a Contact mode, but it is also important to note that the distance of the adhesive electrodes must be greater the deeper you intend to go with the electrical signal. In practice, if you need to reach a deep organ, the electrodes should be placed, not directly on the organ, but on the extreme sides of that organ.
Whatever apparatus is used in Electrotherapies (Microcurrents, Electrical Stimulation, Rifing, etc.), having an optimal distribution of electromagnetic currents is essential.
For these reasons Power Waves has created two types of cables, capable of applying at least 4 electrodes, instead of the traditional 2 (i.e., it is possible to apply two electrodes for each of the two output poles of an Electrotherapy apparatus.).