are said to drop to a lower quantum
energy level and vibrate at a frequency different from their
norm. This, in turn, reduces the efficiency by which
cells convert available oxygen and nutrients into energy—a
process known as metabolism—which is critical to cellular
maintenance and replication.
external excitation of traumatized cells by way of infrared
bio-stimulation is thought to restore energy levels to their
norm, or perhaps even higher. This allows cells to
function normally at an accelerated rate.
frequencies of the pulses influence specific cellular
functions, such as the production of pain control elements,
reducing inflammation and accelerating various healing
processes. It is also held that lower frequencies
stimulate while high frequencies sedate.