Why Does Quantum Technology Hold so Much Promise for Pain Management?

Many cell processes take place at the nanoscale (the world of atoms and subatomic particles). At that scale, matter stops behaving according to the laws of classical physics and starts demonstrating the unique properties of quantum mechanics. Quantum technology is set to revolutionize the way we think about health care, medical data and even our own biology.

Pain treatment modalities and instruments that operate on quantum theory use resonance to increase energy in and between cells. Molecular resonance is best understood with an analogy in the macroscopic world. When a piano tuner strikes a tuning fork next to the piano, the specific piano string will vibrate when it is correctly tuned to the same frequency. Similarly, cells resonate and transfer energy between molecules very rapidly.

Quantum Resonance-Specific induction (QRSI™)

We propose an encompassing model concept called “Quantum Resonance-specific Induction (QRSI)” to make the point that the electric currents and electromagnetic energy fields administered for pain treatment electronically induce and amplify resonant subatomic particle movements and activity to create healing within cells.

Quantum Resonance-Specific Induction (QRSI™) technology effects the electric signaling currents and electromagnetic energy fields administered for pain treatment and amplify sub-atomic particle movements and activity to create healing within cells through:

  • Increasing cellular proton motive force and electron transfer across the cell membrane via increased polarity via microtubule conduction
  • Inductive recharging cell membrane potential (capacitance)
  • Increased cellular polarity, which leads to improved cellular energy storage in the Cytoskeleton (ATP)
  • Improved cellular communication (gap junctions)
  • Improved tissue/ organ function
  • Diabetic Neuropathy Treatment

Electric Cell Signaling (EcST)

Almost all technologically advanced electrophysical medical devices capable of delivering middle frequency (Multifacilitation) currents, operate only from an amplitude modulated (AM) electrotechnical format. The RST Sanexas neoGEN-Series® electric cell signaling system utilizes amplitude modulated (AM) signaling, frequency modulated (FM) signaling and a patented “frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS)” signal generation energy delivery format for all low frequency (St) and middle frequency (Mf) signals and their respective physiological effects. The system changes automatically and delivers simultaneously AM and/or FM electric cell signal energy to imitate, facilitate, exhaust and/or interrupt the axon action impulse mechanism without possibility of neural accommodation.

Periodic dwell times on specific frequencies (that have been mathematically calculated) are sequentially, yet randomly, actuated to produce harmonic resonant vibratory effects to the (nerve) cell membrane, voltagegated ion channels and surrounding tissue according to Schumann Resonance Theory and Fibonacci Scale research work. These harmonic frequencies enable the cell to take up energy during the dwell time which is then utilized for cell repair and healing.

EST (Electronic Signal Technology) treatments are delivered by varying electric fields, electromagnetic vector potentials and chaotic frequency-specific microtubule vibration, to tissues, primarily in the affected area and are induced to reestablish normal cellular healing processes.

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RST Sanexas - Mechanisms of Action

By Richard Sorgnard, Ph.D.

Electric Cell Signaling Treatment (EST) is far superior to TENS therapy, a claim which will be substantiated in this video on Mechanism of Action. Electric cell signaling treatment (EcST) refers to the use of electronic signal energy waves produced by an ultra-high digital frequency generator (UHdfg). These therapeutic pulsed energy waves are comfortably and non-invasively delivered directly into the body’s desired anatomical region.

Quantum Theory Underpins ElectromagneticTherapies for Pain Management

By Robert D. Milne, MD, Richard Sorgnard, PhD

One of the most important subjects in complementary and alternative pain medicine is the administration of electrical currents and electromagnetic energy fields—including the use of laser, light, and radio waves. In this article, two researchers who have dedicated themselves to understanding why these measures help manage pain, explain the basics of physics known as “quantum theory” and explore its uses in pain medicine.