The Ondamed® device is now exclusively available in Ireland through Galway practitioner Aine Delaney in Health and Herbs.
Ondamed is an electromagnetic biofeedback device. The word Ondamed comes from the Latin word meaning ‘medical wave’. The system works by induction, stimulating cells to give out energy signals, thereby rebuilding the electromagnetic fields of diseased tissues.
Developed by German scientist Rolf Binder, the Ondamed system is fully licensed and has been successfully used in America, Canada, and Germany for 15 years. It is used by doctors, chiropractors, osteopaths, physiotherapists, and acupuncturists.
The Ondamed system works via biofeedback, matching the body’s specific frequencies against system frequencies of the Ondamed system. The pulse biofeedback tells the practitioner which frequencies it needs.
What are the main benefits of the system?
• Enhances the release of toxins, leading to improved detoxification.
• Enhances the absorption of nutrients into the cells.
• Stimulates cellular repair and regeneration.
• Activates lymphatic drainage, improving immune function.
• Improves circulation.
• Reduces the harmful effects of stress.
• Enables the immune system to fight infection.
Ondamed®, like acupuncture, realigns the electromagnetic energy but has the advantage of not requiring needles. Client specific treatment protocols are available such as allergies, arthritis, asthma and respiratory problems, cardiovascular and blood circulation, brain and brain wave, intestines and stomach, kidneys and bladder. In addition, there is a module for micro-organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungus, and parasites, each of which resonate on their own particular frequency and cause a disruption to the body’s energetic system.
Each Ondamed session is unique to each patient and is independent of prior sessions. Therapy applications depend on the individual patient’s conditions and findings.
Aine Delaney is a registered nurse with qualifications in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine from the Acupuncture Foundation of Ireland. A postgraduate of Nanjing University in China, she also holds a diploma in acupuncture from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine Chicago. She is a professional member of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Council of Ireland.
For further information contact: Aine Delaney on (087 ) 7965070.
This article appeared in the Galway Advertiser, Jan 28, 2010.