Treatment Time Protocols
From my experience a MWO with a 15-minute time is an incorrect time per treatment. My findings strongly suggest the follow protocol for treatment times:

1. From 0 to 25% (Mild) onset of condition = a 30 minute
treatment time, each time

2. From 26 to 50% (Mild-Moderate) onset of condition = a 1 hour
treatment time, each time

3. From a 51 to 75% Moderate to Moderate-severe) onset of
condition = a 1:30 treatment time, each time

4. From a 76 to 100% (Severe) onset of condition = a minimum
treatment time of 2.0 hours, each time.

Contraindications
In the USA the FED placed a law suite against the Diapulse Corporation of America because they had not listed any contraindications for their non-thermal pulsed electromagnetic energy piece of equipment called "Diapulse". The corporation said that there were no known contraindications. Through out the trial no one could any contraindications. The FDA lost the lawsuit.

Like the Diapulse, the MWO is also a non-thermal pulsed electromagnetic energy. I believe we will find that all non-thermal pulsed electromagnetic energy to be free of contraindication including the MWO. I have, to date, not observed or found the slightest hint of any contraindication. However, I do realize there may be a few out there, so I pay careful attention each time I treat new conditions that are without any established presidencies or protocols.

Cautions
Like the Diapulse, I have found a few cautions for the MWO. They are: 1. Each treatment reminds the patient not to touch the antennas as to avoid any unpleasant electrical shocks.


Lakhovsky believed that living cells are batteries; the nucleus holds the positive charge and the cytoplasm carries the negative. If cells were irradiated with a range of electromagnetic oscillations, they could be "recharged" and thus rejuvenated. A range of frequencies is necessary because the cell and its parts respond to different frequencies