In the 1990s Jens Sachtleben developed devices for Cell Information Therapy (CIT), which should promote the body's own regeneration and the associated relief by accelerating the healing effect of acute and chronic medical conditions. The application should be carried out on the intact or protected skin of the patient concerned in accordance with the operating instructions or from a treating physician.
The first CIT device was available to therapists from 1994. The Auralon C® enabled the application of this device in a wide application spectrum, as the user was in the position to adjust the various frequencies.
Successful treatments were reported by therapists with regards to the following clinical problems:
Auralon C® adhesive pads and pointer
The Somagen® device development started in 2002 based on the feedback from therapists using the Auralon C®. The Somagen® was introduced into the market in 2004 for the application of defined CIT programs encoded on treatment chip cards, for example for the support of wound healing. Due to our focus on research activities beginning in 2011 the sale of therapy instruments was greatly reduced. However, the device is still utilised for in vitro experiments and clinical studies.
A follow-up therapy device is currently under development. Market entry is planned for the year 2020.
Somagen®- applicator with coil and control unit