Day After My First Ondamed Machine Treatment

Yesterday I went for my first Ondamed Biofeedback Frequency Machine Session (2 hours for the initial visit) and it was pretty neat! The practitioner was very kind and intuitive. Basically, after I went over my history with her, she had me lie down on a table where this device that was hooked up to the Ondamed machine itself, was placed so it hung on my neck (sounds strange but wasn’t!), and then she listened to the pulse in both my right and left arms whilst scanning my body through the device for those frequencies that made my pulse spike – a hit for a frequency I needed to use.

She did this for different parts of the body (organs) and conditions. Then, once she made note of those frequencies that would be helpful, and with the device still on my neck area, she took a little hand scanner-type device and ran it about 2 inches above my body to see further what places in my body had inflammation and which frequencies would be helpful. Lastly, she scanned my body for any organisms/infections. After all this, treatment commenced – leaving the device on my neck area she placed a few other little devices hooked to the machine itself on different parts of my body and then would run the machine with those frequencies she got the strongest hit on, but not all of them, only those she felt we needed to address first. The idea is that when the machine stops saying a certain frequency is needed by your body, you continue to treat for that frequency, be it for your liver or for a blood-borne parasite.

So, the big question is, how do I feel after my initial Ondamed machine session? Well, I am skeptically optimistic so as not to get my hopes too high – yet. Right after the appointment my vertigo was slightly improved, I felt much more mellow and my body felt slightly lighter. Today I woke up having sweat through my clothes as if I had a fever that broke, my upper back is sore and the back of my neck is quite sore – like I am having a herxheimer reaction. As well, my vertigo is still improved and the internal vibrating sensation I have as an unwelcome guest every day all day is a bit less in intensity! So far I would say this is a positive outcome and I have set up a second appointment for next week and so I will of course continue to let you know how I progress with the Ondamed treatments.

UPDATE: OK, it is later in the day and I am feeling really herxheimer-ish. Very nauseous and warm!! However, my vertigo is still better and I feel a little different than I did prior to the session, in a good way I think, so that is pretty awesome.


7 comments for “Day After My First Ondamed Machine Treatment

  1. maria
    January 1, 2012 at 9:48 pm

    How many treatments did you have so far and is this “ondamed machine” helping your lime disease or the antibiotic. My doughter has Lime disease and i like to find out more info on this ” machine” any information you can provide will be very helpful and much appriciated.
    Best regards.

    • Danielle
      January 2, 2012 at 3:37 pm

      Hi Maria,
      I only did three treatments and have not had a treatment in months. I didn’t find it to provide a lasting benefit symptom-wise which is why I didn’t pursue it. Hope that helps some!

  2. maria
    January 2, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    Thank you. It did.
    Best Health Wishes to You.

  3. terry
    September 20, 2012 at 12:08 am

    I love reading your blogs here.But i have to say with only 3 sessions i personally dont feel you gave it a chance to work..I am just starting it tommorrow, will be my second treatment and from what i was told like any lyme treatment it takes time..Anyway as i said i love your blogs there very informative.

  4. Caroline
    February 29, 2016 at 10:15 pm

    My daughter and her best friend and best friend’s brother have all been treated for Lyme with Ondamed. It can take a long time. All Chronic Lyme treatments do. Her 13 year old brother went from very very sick to well, back to himself, in three months. Both 10 year old girls took about 6 months. My daughter was re-infected in the summer and is nearly well again after another 5 months. Lyme disease is like no other disease. And Ondamed is like no other treatment. I’m convinced it’s the future of medicine. It’s non-invasive, doesn’t kill your insides like antibiotics do, is unique to exactly what your body needs and helps your body heal itself.

  5. Susan
    June 25, 2016 at 9:23 am

    Having very positive results with ondamed. My challenge has been with sprains, currently treating a leg sprain with ondamed. The only times I have had a negative reaction was with double sessions and using the handheld attachment in addition to the regular treatment. I think it can be over used for my body. Starting next week with two sessions a week. Highly rate the ondamed sessions.

  6. Renato D'Amico
    December 14, 2016 at 5:44 am

    My vertigo is gone. I’m feeling stronger and my workouts are more intense. I’m 68 working out like a thirty year old.

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