The Ondamed™ Weight Loss Protocol consists of eight (8) separate sessions of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy done twice a week for 4 weeks normally in conjunction with the HCG Weight Loss Protocol. Each session is comprised of 5-6 preset programs (combinations of different frequency values and modulations) and lasts between 25 to 80 minutes. These preset programs directly target biological systems within the body that directly enhance the weight loss process.


Two significant factors that contribute to weight problems are abnormally low metabolisms and silent inflammation. The more excess body fat we have, the greater amount of silent inflammation. A biochemical key to reducing excess body fat is managing silent inflammation. Ondamed™ is based on the principle of electromagnetic induction. The Ondamed™ device produces a highly focused pulsed electromagnetic field that penetrates deep into a targeted region of the body to painlessly stimulate tissues and “jump start” cellular activities.


The Ondamed™ Weight Loss Protocol utilizes the Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields to target low metabolism by energizing metabolic functions and to target silent inflammation by utilizing the role of electrons in reducing inflammation. When the Ondamed™ frequencies stimulate connective tissue, they enhance the release of toxins to include excess fat cells, which leads to improved detoxification of the body and successful weight loss.

Ondamed™ Weight Loss Protocol and HGC weight loss for low metabolism and silent inflammation at the AG Patel MD Center for Regenerative Medicine in Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Garland and Irving TX Texas. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy in Cedar Hill, Grand Prairie, McKinney, Carrollton, Frisco, Denton, Richardson and Flower Mound TX.

 
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