While placing probes on the body, the Operator observes a digital display and hears the corresponding audio tones.  This feedback reveals whether a particular area of tissue is acute (hot, inflamed, abnormally electrically active) because damaged cells are excitedly attempting to self-repair. The readout can also indicate where the tissue is electrically drained (has become blocked, highly resistant, has cells that have discharged to a point of depletion). The bio-feedback (variation in both numeric readout and audible tones) is fascinating, especially as it changes during the course of treatment, indicating improved cellular capacitance and conductivity.

Operator competence is a key factor in achieving successful results with this technology.  Training in understanding concepts and practical applications (protocols) is critical.