Unlike the more traditional radiofrequency devices commonly used in Physiotherapy, the operating principle of Q-Physio is not based exclusively on a simple deep tissue heating effect.
The stimulation aimed to induce a REGENERATION of damaged tissues (see Scientific Study “In-vitro analysis of Quantum Molecular Resonace effects on human mesenchymal stromal cells”), depends instead from the very peculiar spectrum of frequencies employed, which, as shown by several researches conducted at the Department of Anatomy and Human Physiology of the University of Padua, interacts in a more subtle and refined way (See publication on Basic Applied Myology, available on this site).
In particular, Q-Physio, differently from classical radiofrequency, does not use a single frequency, but a wide spectrum of different frequencies, ranging between 4 MHz and 64 MHz.
Besides being much higher than the frequencies commonly used (typically around 0.5 MHz), it is very important that with Q-Physio, not one but more frequencies are transmitted simultaneously to the tissue. By using more frequencies, the ability to interact with the tissue increases enormously (since each frequency interacts slightly differently from one another and work in synergy), stimulating its regenerative capacities.
The aim pursued by the therapy, in fact, does not consist in inducing a repairing response on the injured tissue which would lead to scars, but in stimulating a real regeneration, that leads to a new tissue that has the same functions and characteristics as the original one.
The therapeutic action of Q-Physio, reaching 20 cm depth, proceeds in two phases. During the first step, very fast, the therapy induces a strong anti-inflammatory and anti-oedema effect, which manifests itself with a considerable decrease in pain. During the second step, along with the therapeutic sessions and on the weeks following the end of the treatment cycle, the damaged tissue regenerates in a stable and definitive form.