THERA Device Overview

(Last Updated On: October 1, 2021)

The THERA Wellness method uses electromagnetic oscillations that are emitted by the cells of all living organisms. These signals and the information they contain play a crucial role in the body’s ability to maintain health or as some call homeostasis. After being picked up by an input applicator, these signals are processed by the device in multiple ways depending on how the parameters are set within the selected program. The overall goal is that the resultant enhanced signals when fed back into the body will firstly, overcome the blocking effects to the body’s self-regulatory systems from the many disruptive influences of such things as accumulated toxins and secondly, to stimulate or trigger these self-regulatory systems, as well as the various organs and glands, etc. to return to their optimal functioning levels.

Each of THERA’s application programs contain a unique combination of the following parameters (see the following sections for explanation):

  • Application mode (H, Di, H + Di, A, Ai, A + Ai)
  • Frequency/bandpass range (Low deep frequency or standard frequency bandpass sweep, and within either: all frequencies at one time (no bandpass), fixed narrow bandpass, with or without a localized sweep/wobble, or a narrow bandpass sweep of entire bandpass range)
  • Amplification/attenuation (fixed amplification/attenuation, amplification sweep in either increasing or decreasing direction, increase by steps, decrease by steps, symmetrical amplification sweep)
  • Administration of the signal (continuous or in intervals: 1 sec. off after 3 sec. on)
  • Total application Time

THERA application modes

The THERA device has a total of six different application modes, some of which use a unique biological filter that when activated separates the harmonious oscillations picked up from the body from the dis-harmonious ones. The harmonious oscillations being synonymous with healthy states or processes happening within the body while the dis-harmonious ones represent stressful conditions that obstruct healthy communication between the cells. Once the filter is activated as determined by the program parameter setting, either or both of these streams of oscillations can be used depending on what affect is intended by the selected program.

When the dis-harmonious “D” oscillations are used (passed by the filter), they are always “inverted” (Di) so that they can cancel out the original unhealthy signals within the body and inversely, whenever the harmonious “H” oscillations are used, they are always used “as is” and never inverted so as to boost the original healthy signals.

When the filter is not activated, again as determined by the type of program, the signal that is passed on to other stages of the device and ultimately back to the body continue to contain both of these components. Understandably, this mode is often used with either purely health promoting substances such as homeopathic remedies or detrimental ones such as toxins or sometimes allergens. In either of these cases, information is not taken from the body but instead from external samples of these substances which are placed in the device’s input cup and again either passed “as is” (“A”) in the case of healthy substances or “inverted” (Ai) in the case of detrimental ones.

Application mode options (the THERA filter is incorporated as needed):

  1. H = healthy, harmonious (only the harmonious information is used/passed)
  2. Di = dis-harmonious inverted (only the mirror/counter image of the disturbing signals is used/passed)
  3. H + Di = both therapy modes applied at the same time
  4. A = entire signal unaltered/ “in-phase” or “all frequencies” (to strengthen body functions)
  5. Ai = entire signal inverted/ 180 degrees “out of phase” or all frequencies, inverted (used in the neutralization of the effect of stressful substances, e.g. allergens, toxins, metals, disruptive micro-organisms and others)
  6. A + Ai – both therapy modes used in alternation to unblock a tissue or process so that it will begin to respond to communication signals again.

Bandpass range options

THERA operates in either of 2 frequency bandpass ranges:

  • Low “deep” frequencies starting from 1 Hz up to 25 Hz with digital setting (orange LED cursor on frequency display).
  • Higher, more “normal” or “standard” frequencies from 10 Hz to 250 kHz (green LED cursor on frequency display).

Within each of these bandpass ranges, there are the following further options:

  • No bandpass: oscillations of all different frequencies are passed by the filter (1 to 25Hz if operating in the LDF range and 1 to approx. 500kHz if operating in the standard range).

  • Fixed narrow bandpass without “wobble”: oscillations of only a certain frequency are passed.
  • Fixed narrow bandpass with “wobble”: oscillations around a certain fixed center frequency are passed but one at a time in a sweeping back and forth fashion.
  • Narrow bandpass sweep (of full range): oscillations are passed, one at a time, in a sweeping back and forth fashion across the entire range of the bandpass.


THERA either amplifies or attenuates the strength of the application signal in the following ways:

  • Fixed (constant) amplification/attenuation with set-point range starting at 0.025 to 0.95 fold (attenuation) and from 1.00 to 64.0 fold (amplification).
  • Stepwise increasing (increase): amplification is automatically doubled in set stages (stepping up) with the application time for each stage being adjustable from 1 to 999 seconds until the set maximum amplification is reached. Primarily used for sensitivity and toxin elimination applications. Note: total run time is indicated in the summary window prior to starting the application. There is however a warning prior to starting should the resulting total time exceed 1 hour.

    If the combined application mode H+Di is chosen, both the H and Di components are increased in stages parallel to one another. (Diagram for this is not available however there is a similar one shown below for “stepwise decreasing”.)
  • Stepwise decreasing (decrease): same as stepwise increasing except amplification stages are halved with each succeeding stage.
  • Increasing amplification sweep (SW increase): amplification is continuously raised (ramped) up to the maximum amplification setting and then automatically starts again at the lowest amplification and continually repeats (like the teeth on a saw blade).
    If the combined application mode H+Di is chosen, the amplification sweep for the H component will counter that of the Di, i.e.: it will decrease in amplitude as Di increases. This is sometimes called “reciprocal amplification sweep”.  
  • Decreasing amplification sweep (SW decrease): this is the reverse of increasing amplification sweep where the amplification starts at the maximum amplification set and continuously drops (ramps) down to the minimum and starts again at the maximum and repeats itself.

If the combined application mode H+Di is chosen, the amplification sweep for the H component will increase in amplitude as Di decreases.

  • Increasing and then decreasing amplification sweep (Sym SW): amplification is continuously raised (ramped) up to the maximum set amplification and then continuously dropped (ramped) down from the maximum level to the minimum level and this cycle is then repeated continuously.
  • If the combined application mode H+Di is chosen, the amplification sweep for the H component will counter that of the Di throughout the cycle.
  • If therapy mode Ai +A is chosen, there is 20 seconds of increasing amplification sweep in the Ai application mode followed by 5 seconds of increasing amplification sweep in the A application mode.

Interval mode and total application time

It is sometimes advantageous to include a pause in the application of a program to allow the organism more time to incorporate the application signals. This feature is called “interval” and it inserts a 1 second pause for each 3 seconds of signal application. When this feature is not set, the application signal will run continuously until the total application time is reached.

THERA programs

There are about 600 pre-stored programs in the THERA device, which can be looked up either by their number (Program number = 2 on the main screen) or by categories (Programs = 3 on the main screen). These are all used in the main channel, channel 1.

There is a special category of Basic programs (Basic programs = 1 on the main screen), which are meant to be used at the beginning of each session in order to prepare the individual for one or more of the more specialized programs to follow.

Program numbers appear in the following categories:

  • XX.0 or XXX.0: single programs in the normal frequency range.
  • 3XXX.0: single programs in the low frequency range.
  • 10XXX.0: multiple single programs from either freq. range (i.e.: program sequences)
  • XX.1, XX.2, etc. decimal numbers added indicate different recommended applicator locations for an otherwise same program but with different usage.

Touch screen

The THERA device has a touch screen on which all information about the programs as well as the placement of the various applicator pads and mats can be found.


There is an operator’s input keypad, which serves for entering parameter setting changes, total application time as well as navigating through the software as well as for using the search function by typing in letters or numbers.

Brass (input/output) cups

There are 3 built-in cups for including the electromagnetic oscillations of various substances into the application signal and/or for imprinting them on to oil and mineral drops.

These are:

  • Main channel/ channel 1input cup (black rim); it serves for feeding the device with information of substances such as own substances like hair, skin flakes, toe/finger nails or ¨foreign” substances such as food, pollen, cigarette buds, alcohol, etc.
  • Channel 2 input cup (yellow rim); it serves for feeding the device with information of beneficial substances such as homeopathic preparations, herbs, vitamins, minerals, flower essences, crystals.

  • Output cup (red rim); it serves for imprinting information to be given as a form of prolonging the treatment effect. The special provided bottles with minerals or oil will be placed into the cup.

Note: best not to insert substances directly into the brass (input) cups as it is difficult to clean them. Rather use the provided glass insert beakers and thus keep the brass cups as clean as possible.

Chip Imprinter

THERA has a metal chip imprinter as well. This is for imprinting the application signal information on a special adhesive metal tag (“chip”). The chip can be, e.g., placed on the part of the body that was the subject or problematic area of the application administration so that the effect can be prolonged.


THERA has a DMI function: these are dynamic micro-impulses generated by the device which are send out in bundles which are repeated every 3 sec. The frequency of the signal is from 1 – 1000 Hz or from 1000 – 1 Hz depending on the mode of which there are 3 to choose from:

  • amplifying:
  • attenuating:
  • alternating (between amplifying and attenuating)

The DMI signal can be adjusted in intensity (0 – 10) and time duration (6-36 min) and can be used either in conjunction with the application of the main or second channel, or as a separate, standalone application of its own.

Intensity setting guidelines :

  • adults of normal weight: intensity 7
  • overweight adults: intensity 8 – 9
  • children depending on age: intensity 3 – 6
  • babies: intensity 1 – 2

The function of the DMI resembles the effect of the Schumann waves, which naturally occur in the Earth’s magnetic field. They attune us with the planetary resonances and promote healing and well-being.