Human Resonance Wave Therapy


July 7, 2002

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Human Resonance Wave Therapy

Stephen Barrett, M.D.

Human Resonance Wave therapy — also referred to as Human Wave Therapy — is performed with a device that is claimed to produce waves that penetrate 80 to 100 millimeters into the skin to “make the water cells in human body resonate and increase its vitality.” The device, available in two models (Aladdin H TR-1000 and Aladdin H TR-2000) is manufactured by a Korean company named Taerim Co., Ltd. According to a promoters’ Web site, the devices:

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