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Solenoid

Solenoid, also referred to as general d‘Arsonvalisation or auto-conduction is a modified form of classical d‘Arsonvalisation.

Basic Physical Principals

By placing the body into the coil field, eddy currents are usually induced due to the magnetic field strength which produce warmth. During impulse-operation the warmth effect is decreased, instead the effects of low-frequency stimulation currents come into effect. The magnetic impulse field does not irritate the nervous-muscular-system it subdues it.

Effects

In addition to a slight warming, metabolism is improved (increased uresis) as well as an increase in excretion of nitrogen metabolism byproducts (urea, ammoniac, creatinine, however not of purine). Furthermore a sedated effect, as well as influences on blood pressure, the vegetative and the central nervous system have been observed.

Conzept

The charging of the patient is utilized. The patient sits in the axis of an electric coil = a large Solenoid (open in the front, in the Zeileis method!). The immediate contact to the electrode is missing, the (electro-)magnetic field of the coil is effective. The treated patient hardly notices anything, however sparks can be drawn with the hand or rather the geissler tube lights up.

Indications Solenoid I

  • Hypotension (low blood pressure)
  • Stress
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Vegetative dystonia

Indications Solenoid II

  • Hypertension (High blood pressure)
  • Parkinson‘s Disease

 Indications Solenoid III

  • Migraines
  • Headache (vasomotor)
  • Angiospasm (vasospasm)

 

Last Updated ( Monday, 05 March 2012 16:34 )