PEMF Therapy Systems Extension

MediConsult®, the only company in the world with its’ own in-house research, engineering, development, and manufacturing divisions.

The iMRS-Series is the culmination of more than 15 years of experience in energy medicine and more than 3.5 billion applications worldwide. With the innovation of the iMRS people have the opportunity to access a wide range of additional options: (iSLRS with two additional components of the light spectrum,  iGUIDE with a virtual catalog of preset programming and iMORE infra-red photo sensor technology). 

 iMRS Packages

There are 3 system configurations to select from:

Includes Control Unit, Power Plug, Owner’s Manual, Two (2) Applicators: Whole Body Mat and Pad, SD Card for basic home settings up to 200.Complete:
Includes Control Unit, Power Plug, Owner’s Manual, Three (3) Applicators: Whole Body Mat, Pad and Probe, SD Card for complete wellness settings up to 400.Professional:
Includes Control Unit, Power Plug, Owner’s Manual, Three (3) Applicators: Whole Body Mat, Pad and Probe, SD Card for complete wellness settings up to 400, and featuring:

  • iGUIDE: a database with almost 3500 pre-programmed variations for all applicators and all organ clock options
  • Adjustable timer for sessions lasting from 1 to 60 minutes

iMRS Systems Comparison Chart:

Feature iMRS Wellfit iMRS Complete iMRS Professional
Control Unit  yes  yes  yes
Power Plug  yes  yes  yes
Owner´s Manual  yes  yes  yes
Whole Body Mat  yes  yes  yes
Pillow Applicator  yes  yes  yes
Probe Applicator optional  yes  yes
Build-In Music Player  yes  yes  yes
SD-Card System  yes  yes  yes
Intensity Levels sens – 200 (7) sens – 400 (8) sens – 400 (8)
Timer 8 / 16 / 24 min 8 / 16 / 24 min 1 – 60 min
iGUIDE, SD-Card optional  yes
iSLRS incl. 45 min Music optional optional optional
iMORE incl. Infrared Photo sensor, SD-Card optional optional optional
Travel Applicator optional optional optional
Lithium Ion Battery Pack optional optional optional
3-Year Warranty  yes  yes  yes
Extended Warranty 48 or 60 Months optional optional optional

HRV – Heart Rate Variability:

While lying on the mat, a small clip is attached to your finger or earlobe to monitor heart rate variability.  The chart below shows the pulses between heartbeats.

HRV has been used as a screening tool to predict significant changes in many disease processes. Many healthcare specialties have adopted HRV.

Autonomic nervous system: The autonomic nervous system is the “automatic” nervous system: that part of the nervous system that is not under conscious control. It controls the organs and systems of the body that are rhythmic, regular and automatic such as breathing, digestion and heart rate. There are two branches of the autonomic nervous system: sympathetic and parasympathetic. These two branches work to keep the organs they control in perfect balance.

Sympathetic nervous system: This nervous system is responsible for “survival.” It is the “fight, flight or fright” nervous system that shuts down digestion and funnels blood directly to large muscles for vigorous contraction (for escape, attack or other forms of self-preservation). An increase in sympathetic stimulation causes increased cardiac output by increasing HR and the vigor of heart muscle contraction.

The response of the heart rate to normally encountered levels of sympathetic stimulation is slow by comparison to parasympathetic stimulation. It takes about 5 seconds to increase HR after actual onset of sympathetic stimulation and almost 30 seconds to reach its peak steady level.

Parasympathetic nervous system: In contrast, the parasympathetic nervous system is the “recovery” nervous system, or the “rest and digest” system. While parasympathetic stimulation decreases heart rate and cardiac output, it facilitates nerve impulses that drive digestive processes and repair of tissues and organs. The HR responds rapidly to parasympathetic stimulation. The deceleration of the heartbeat is almost instantaneous. It only takes 1 or 2 heartbeats to see these changes take place, slowing the heart rate.

In healthy individuals the HR is variable. It fluctuates. Greater variability (or HRV) correlates with better health. Higher HRV indicates a healthy autonomic nervous system, and in particular, healthy balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. A decreased HRV is an early, accurate indicator that the autonomic nervous system is out of balance. The lower the HRV, the greater the imbalance in autonomic control and the greater the likelihood of poor health, both now and in the future.

The most accurate clinical determination of HRV is derived from measuring the duration of the intervals between contractions of the heart, called interbeat intervals, on ECG (or EKG). In contrast, PPG is less invasive but simpler to apply. PPG conveniently accesses capillaries in a fingertip or the earlobe. Using differential light absorption characteristics and an optical sensor PPG detects changes in the pulse waves generated by blood flow through the microcirculation. In this way an accurate estimate of HRV can be obtained.

Audiovisual Brain Wave Entrainment:

Audiovisual Brain Wave Entrainment (AVE) promotes the enhancement of moment-by-moment functioning of the 100+ billion neurons that comprise the human brain.  Brain waves are nothing more than the measured electrical activity of our brain.

With the help of  Electroencephalography (EEG) we are able to record these wave patterns and make them visible for study.  Most of the brain signals observed by EEG fall within the frequency range of 1-20 Hz.  Under standardized clinical recording techniques brain waves can be divided in 5 different known frequency ranges:

  • Delta, up to 4 Hz
  • Theta, 4-7 Hz
  • Alpha, 8-12 Hz
  • Beta, 12-30 Hz
  • Gamma, 25-100 Hz

The optional iSLRS system can be used with any iMRS.  Utilizing AVE frequencies the iSLRS can entrain all brain wave frequencies noted above except Gamma.  The iSLRS allows the user to choose one of three different color schemes to stimulate the brain in the promotion of normal, balanced electrical activity.  This is becoming progressively more important as we are exposed daily to neurotoxins (e.g., fragrances in shampoo, lotions, deodorant, perfumes, air fresheners, fabric softeners, and outside pollutants), poor nutrition, stress, and sleep deprivation.

The visual stimulus delivered by the iSLRS is comprised of a series of computer-generated light signals that vary their pattern and frequency over time.  During a normal iMRS session the user wears specialized goggles (with eyes shut) to receive these signals. The auditory stimulus is similarly comprised of a series of computer-generative acoustic signals that vary with time.  These signals are received through headphones.

Delta is the frequency range up to 4 Hz. Delta Frequencies: It induces deep sleep and increase sleep cycle stability. In Delta brain wave activity consciousness completely internalizes.  This brain wave frequency is excellent for cell regeneration activities of the body.

Theta is the frequency range from 4 Hz to 7 Hz. Theta brain wave patterns are associated with total relaxation and an increase in intuition and creativity.  Theta wave entrainment is excellent for end-of-the-workday relaxation.  These waves help to relax the brain at a deeper level, but not in a way that induces sleep.  Theta is a creative state that does not keep a point of focus.  Thoughts in Theta are visual and emotional as opposed to rational.  Theta waves are predominant in the dream state when asleep as well.

Warning:  Persons with post-traumatic stress disorder or a history of mental and/or emotional trauma should consult their doctor or license health care practitioner prior to using the iSLRS.  Theta wave entrainment may initially bring up old traumatic memories in such persons.

Alpha is the frequency range from 8 Hz to 12 Hz. These brain wave frequencies are slower, promoting relaxation without losing the ability to focus.  Alpha is the most important relaxation frequency to calm down, relieve stress and anger symptoms, and to reduce pain.  It also reduces circulating cortisol levels.  Alpha waves are excellent for an after lunch break on the iMRS to activate the parasympathetic nervous systems, and give the brain a rest from morning activities.

Alpha is the bridge between the conscious and the unconscious brain wave states.

Beta is the frequency range from 12 Hz to about 30 Hz. These frequencies activate the body and mind.  These faster frequencies are necessary for cognitive functions such as concentration and memory.  Entraining beta waves are excellent for abnormal states of low arousal, and for calming an over-active mind.

Warning:  Persons who suffer with states of anxiety, mental instability, frequent headache or migraine headache should consult their physician or licensed health care practitioner before using the iSLRS.  Beta wave entrainment may enhance such states.

In summary, the principle of Audiovisual Brainwave Entrainment is as follows:  By applying a dominant external stimulus to the brain with certain frequencies (within the above mentioned ranges), the human brain has the tendency to change its dominant frequency towards the applied stimulus. Such a stimulus can be aural (binaural, monaural and isochronic), visual or even electromagnetic. Therefore the brain wave patterns can be actively influenced by these external stimuli.


Omnium1 – Bundles

Omnium1 iMRS one Basic Set

  • Omnium1 Kit
  • OmniMat
  • OmniPad
  • D/A Converter
  • iMRS one Android software


Omnium1 iMRS one Complete Set

  • Omnium1 Kit
  • OmniMat
  • OmniPad
  • OmniSpot
  • D/A Converter
  • iMRS one Android software