FAQs: Points of Interest!

This is a column that has been missing from the past few issues, but with the recent introduction of new instrumentation there has once again been a flurry of phone calls and e-mails asking about these devices and comparisons to other competitive products.

I must say I am always reluctant to make comparisons between OIRF recommended instrumentation and the “other guys”. It has always been our philosophy that we should never run down the “other guys” to make our own products appear better, or cheaper, or whatever. That said, I understand that you are looking to OIRF as your “consumer reports” in this field, and we have always tried to be honest and fair about our instrumentation assessments. If you have any other questions, please call, e-mail or fax and we will get your answers to you as quickly as possible. So here goes for the ones in hand today.

Why is OIRF adding all of this new instrumentation to the line of products you already recommend?

OIRF has been dedicated to MORA, Ionized Oxygen and BioPhoton for almost 30 years. Individually or in combination these devices give the practitioner a full, effective and efficient therapy armamentarium. As well, these instrument firms maintain the highest standards for research and development, manufacture, quality and pricing. All of them are ISO, CE and European Medical certified.

But, there are so many innovations in this field that it is becoming difficult to keep up with all of them. Besides the English publications, I follow most of the German journals and managed to investigate many new devices during the 2007 Medicine Week Congress in Baden-Baden and the 2007 MEDICA Trade Fair in Düsseldorf.

As to why we have chosen to add these new devices now, I can only say that the time is right. With the Advanced Medical Systems magnetic field therapy devices we are adding a whole realm of healing possibilities to the “ruling triumvirate” of MORA, IO2 and BioPhoton. Some of you will remember the old INDUMED that was developed by Dr. Ludwig, but was made by Med-Tronik some 25 years ago. These new devices from AMS offer that same R&D, quality and effectiveness – but they are updated to reflect digital electronics along with many new innovations. Ultrafine magnetic therapy works in complete harmony with the BioResonance therapy of MORA. These new AMS devices also give you information transfer both in analog and digital format. Think about that last part. This means, for instance, that you can digitalize your own remedies and “share” them by e-mail. For these devices, the time has simply arrived to add them into your therapy resources.

The handheld Lasers of PowerMedic have answered yet another long sought after quest. Not since the days of the OraLaser have we been able to get such a quality and powerful handheld laser. Although I talked to Reimers and Janssen again, their lasers have still not been upgraded or “modernized”. The PowerMedic laser gives us the typical (but phenomenal) fast wound healing of all Low Level Laser devices, and you can refer to the literature for a list of other approved applications. The fact that it is already FDA registered means we have no excuses left for leaving this method out of our therapy possibilities. I can hardly wait to get my hands on our new PowerMedic unit.

As for the AMSAT-HC and the AQA 707 introduced with this issue of The Bridge, I am sure we will get even more interest and questions. But here are a few that have already crossed my desk.

What is “Global Diagnosis”?

This is one of the latest buzzwords in our field both in Europe and North America. Over the years we have seen numerous attempts to develop an objective device capable of interpreting the electrical or thermographic readings taken from electrodes placed on the body. There was the Decoder Dermograph in the 70’s, the SEG/DFM in the 80’s and then the Performance 2001 in the 90’s. These devices were electronic devices which essentially – but objectively – measured resistance.

Over the past 5 or so years, there has been an explosion of devices that carry names like L.I.F.E./BIREGS, Quantec, Quantem, EPFX, QXCI, SCIO along with numerous other models and “versions”. All claim to be able to give us a global diagnosis of the patient in a matter of minutes or seconds. Of the devices we have been able to investigate and research to date, to a great extent all are radionically based. Please do not misunderstand me here – there is nothing wrong with radionics. However, reproducibility is a problem. For those with great sensitivity and ability, radionic approaches work perfectly. But they do not work for everyone. Radionics and the work of Rife can be very effective and successful used in their areas of application.

Often these global diagnostic devices claim to be based on research out of Russia. That is also fine if we are getting the original research and development. Again, however most of these devices are copies of the original and seldom meet the same standards and abilities.

Two of the above mentioned devices are involved in a huge marketing scheme that is similar to a pyramid structure. The majority of the claims for those devices cannot be proven and are seldom experienced by the purchasing practitioners.

One of these devices puts a set of headphones on the patient’s head and seconds later gives you a complete diagnostic outline. Inquiries have shown that the headphones are basically strong magnetic fields, and not only are they incapable of diagnostics but will cause headaches and nausea in many patients.

With most of these devices the software is fabulous. It is bright, colorful, easy to use, very impressive graphics and comes in any language you choose. The devices themselves are often copies of copies of poor engineering (in many cases), combined with radionic rates (that they obtained from who knows where), and you end up with nothing working with nothing to give you no results. Remember, if the input information is garbage, the output and results cannot be much better.

In almost every case these devices are compared to MORA by the sales personnel. Again, if it is just like a MORA then why not buy a MORA? If it is better than a MORA, how did they develop their biological filter system that is the hallmark of true BioResonance therapy? To me, they are usually comparing apples to oranges but using the reputation of MORA and Med-Tronik to give their products legitimacy.

Why do you believe the AMSAT-HC is different from other “Global Diagnostic” units?

The AMSAT-HC device was developed and initially manufactured by the Kovert Company in Moscow, Russia. That technology (with full permission and cooperation) has been improved in central Europe and is now manufactured in Germany according to German laws with full ISO 13485, German CE and Medical Class IIa certifications. The clincher for me was that it is manufactured by Mr. Dieter Jossner of Medical Electronics (manufacturer of the BioPhoton devices). Also, this device is much less expensive than its “competitive” radionic/magnetic counterparts.

For more information on the AMSAT-HC please see the descriptions in Supplementary Part II of this issue of The Bridge.

Is the AQA 707 water regeneration device like the Brander (or other) water filtration device?

No. This is not a filtration unit. This device regenerates the vitality of water using and duplicating the laws of nature. Again, this device is manufactured by Mr. Dieter Jossner of Medical Electronics (a sure sign of quality!). It uses 2 main methods to repair the “dead” water coming out of our faucets: A magnetic rotation system that creates a vortex in the liquid and photons (light and color) to transfer and imprint information.

For more information on the AQA 707 please see the important and extensive article by Mr. Jossner in the Supplementary Part II of this issue of The Bridge.

Why is the Institute putting so much emphasis on instrumental methods lately?

The answer to this question is threefold. Firstly – and I will be flat out with you here – it is instrumentation sales that subsidize and keep this non-profit organization funded. We do not get any government grants or public funds. We are completely privately funded and rely solely on our membership base to obtain the necessary operational income. On the basis of memberships, book sales, seminars and Germany Tours there is simply not enough cash to cover the bills and allow us to continue our research and publication. So, we are forced to look at the instrumentation as a major funding resource.

Secondly, it is a matter of economics for you. Traditionally for alternative health care practitioners, when times get tough in the economy (like is happening in the U.S. right now) our practices begin to increase. Why? When the patients have less money, they are going to seek the practitioner who will help them the fastest and for the least money. These devices are the tools of our trade folks. And, they will give us the ability to help our patients quickly and effectively. Take a look at what you are doing in your practice now. Think about how you can better help your patients. All of you are bombarded with literature and seminars on how to build your practice and make more money and . . . I will not go there (it is definitely not my area of expertise) but the more you invest in the quality tools of your trade the better they will serve you and your patients.

And thirdly, over the last four or five years there has been an explosion of new instrumentation. As part of our mandate, the Institute must keep informed of new developments in this field of Biological Medicine. Because of the many new devices and methods being brought onto the market – both in Europe and in North America – we have been busy. Finally, however there are some new ‘really good quality’ devices starting to be introduced. Once we find the good ones, we want you to know about our assessments. Use of these devices in your practice will improve your ability to help your patients and will give them faster, more efficacious care for their health problems. And that is the bottom line – that is why we are all constantly seeking new methods and the instrumentation that will make that desire a reality.

In closing for this issue, I want to thank you for your many questions. It keeps me on my toes and gives me a chance to ramble on about why we have selected the instrumentation that we recommend. Send me more questions – or comments – I am happy to include them in future issues. CLWS

An Infomational Commentary for Members
From THE BRIDGE Newsletter of OIRF
Published February 15, 2008

© Copyright 2008, Carolyn Winsor, OIRF, BC Canada

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