How does it work?
Tennant Biomodulator® devices contain unique frequency sets created by Dr. Jerry Tennant to produce microcurrent electrical impulses, which are transmitted by electrodes in the device through the skin to interface with the body’s internal peripheral nervous system for the purpose of therapeutic intervention.
System feedback is the system’s (in this case, the body’s) response to the stimulus, and the technology’s ability to detect, measure, analyze and respond to the body. With each response, the electrical properties of the tissue change. The device detects the change and responds, resulting in the very next signal being modified. This is possible because of the development of modern high-speed microprocessors, which are able to establish a “cybernetic loop” between electronic instrument and living body. The body’s response can be measured with respect to a signal sent out from the instrument to initiate the loop. When a signal is emitted and penetrates deep into the tissue, the impedance of the tissue (analogous to resistance in DC circuits but dynamic in nature) modulates the next waveform. The degree of modulation is based upon the changes of impedance of skin as signals are applied. This sets up a constantly changing interactive bio-loop possessing non-repeating signals. Eventually the change in impedance diminishes in significance until a plateau occurs.
Why does it work?
The body is continually influenced by external stimuli, which it reacts to in a way that maintains internal balance, or homeostasis. Because these stimuli are infinitely variable, no two stimuli are experienced in the same way. However, if pathological signals are experienced as repetitive, the body adapts to them and fails to recognize it has a problem. Blocking the brain’s ability to know that tissue is degenerating and painful is the normal mechanism-of-action of pain medications, TENS devices, implanted pain blockers and other commonly used pain therapies.The Tennant Biomodulator® modifies the pathological signal so the brain becomes aware of it, inputting electrical impulses, to increase voltage, that are never the same and cannot be adapted to, forcing the body to respond by making new cells. Central nervous system involvement is reintroduced by neuropeptides that alter the regulatory pathway, breaking the repetitive pathological cycle and allowing cellular and organ recovery. The result is pain disappears because of healing, not because the brain doesn’t know the area no longer hurts.