At a glance 

The program for transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation

Bioenergetic testing by therapist

Nerve system meridian or at the loaded location

For self-help:

Supporting ChipCards:

  • DTX activates excretion and detoxification
  • Diamond Shield Program Basic balancing of energy


  • Crystal for a deep regulation of the entire meridian system

Stay grounded for at least 50 minutes a day.


  • Healing Frequency Search term pain

Frequency Compendium II Searchindex pain

Included are 3 different frequency programs. As different as each person is, so different is the response to the different frequencies. Basically, Sch-T 1 is intended for acute pain, SchT 2 a possible alternative, Sch-T 3 for chronic pain.

Application                                           Time (Minutes) Sch – T 1-3                                            each 10 Min.


  • Sch-T 1 in acute pain,
  • Sch-T 2 in acute chronic pain and -      Sch-T 3 in chronic pain.

SCH-T 1:

This program works with a frequency of 100 Hertz (the device emits 100 current pulses per second) and a pulse duration of 250 microseconds.

To quickly assess the success of the treatment, start treatment with this program. You should switch to the SCH-T 2 and/or SCH-T 3 programs if pain is not relieved after approx. 2 weeks of regular use. Try out which of these programs is most suitable for you personally.

SCH-T 2:

The frequency (20 Hz) and the pulse duration (500 ms) of the program "SCH-T 2" leads, according to Rife, to a general pain relief. This program is an alternative to the "SCH-T 1" program.

SCH-T 3:

The low-frequency stimulation with a frequency of 2 Hz and a pulse duration of 1 millisecond increases the release of the body's own pain-relieving substances (opioids), as is the case with high-frequency stimulation. Since the respective points of attack of these opioids differ in the body and thus pain relief is achieved in different ways, this program is suitable as a supplement and alternative to the "SCH-T 1" program.

Tips on skin care for sensitive skin

  • Never apply electrodes to irritated or injured skin.
  • Many skin problems arise because adhesive electrodes are pulled too tightly over the skin when applied. To prevent this, place the electrodes from the centre outwards and do not pull them tightly over the skin from a glued corner.
  • When removing the electrodes, always pull them off in the direction of hair growth.
  • It can be helpful to apply cream to the areas of the skin where the electrodes were glued on between the applications

Local placement

This is the most commonly used placement technique. The electrodes are placed on both sides close to the painful area so that the current flows through the pain area.

This is achieved by placing one electrode on each side of the pain area. This is particularly suitable if the pain is located at an extremity and deep in the tissue.

By placing electrodes on opposite sides of the limb, the current flows directly through the pain area, e.g. knee pain - electrodes applied inside and outside.

Supportive therapy recommendations

- Apply Condura Comfort drops locally and take 10 - 20 drops, keeping them under your tongue for 2 minutes.