In the 1990s Jens Sachtleben developed devices for Cell Information Therapy (CIT), which should stimulate the body's ability to regenerate and thus promote an acceleration of the healing effect and relief of symptoms in acute and chronic medical conditions.
The first CIT device was available to therapists from 1994. The Auralon C® made it possible to select different frequencies.
Therapists reported successful treatments on:
Auralon C® adhesive pads and pointer
Based on this feedback, the development of the Somagen® (device generation 2) started in 2002; the market launch took place in 2004. This device enables the use of defined CIT programs, for example to support wound healing, which are encoded on treatment chip cards. The current design of Somagen® has also been used in research laboratories for in vitro experiments and in clinical studies.
An improved follow-up therapy device (device generation 3) is currently under development; its market entry is planned for late 2020.
Somagen®- applicator with coil and control unit
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