Bioelectromagnetism: Principles and Applications of Bioelectric and Biomagnetic
About Genetesis: Genetesis is a medical technology company based in Mason, Ohio creating and developing integrated biomagnetic
imaging solutions to improve patients' health, outcomes, and quality of life.
Her biofield anatomy hypothesis states that sound balancing makes use of frequencies produced by tuning forks to detect and correct distortions and imbalances within the biomagnetic
energy field or biofield of a person that surrounds every person's body.
The firm's LIMFA therapy system uses 29 patented biomagnetic
signals to simulate the self-repair mechanism in human cells, accelerating their repair with an 80 percent proven efficacy rate.
The pattern became identifiable because Zimmerman, Seto, and Moga (1990), among others, detected biomagnetic
emissions from subjects, and these emissions were at the Low-Frequency Spectrum, which goes from 0.01 Hz towards 30 Hz.
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Development of a sensor system that can measure biomagnetic
signals in room-temperature environments has gained great interest.
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Beginning in 2017, the system was placed in a magnetically and electrically shielded room (similar to Vacuumschmelze type AK 3a/b), which was originally designed and dedicated to biomagnetic
measurements in the [10.sup.-15] T magnetic field regime.
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