coMra therapy: The Universal Treatments

Nevena Vladimirova • 29 October 2019

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coMra therapy

At the heart of coMra therapy is the concept of supporting the body’s own ability to self-regenerate, by using a completely non-invasive and safe combination of infrared laser, magnetic field, and colour LED lights. Their synergy creates a unique and powerful healing effect at the cellular level, primarily by stimulating production of ATP (the “molecular currency” of intracellular energy transfer) within cells. As the diseased cells recover, they in turn take care of the disease symptoms such as pain, inflammation, non-healing wounds or damage to internal organs.

You can use coMra therapy at any time, whenever you need:

    • Pain relief;
    • to heal various conditions;
    • to support the body through the recovery process;
    • preventative medication;
    • whole body conditioning;
    • tissue regeneration and anti-aging;
    • total well-being support.

What can we treat with coMra therapy?

In addition to local treatments, coMra therapy also includes systemic treatments. These are designed to support and restore functionality in the central nervous system, blood, organs, endocrine and lymphatic systems, and are used for chronic illnesses, boosting the immune system and preventative medicine.

coMra therapy enables regeneration of cells, and stands at the forefront of regenerative medicine. Safe, non-toxic and easy to use, anyone can use coMra therapy to treat a variety of conditions, as well as for preventative medicine and maintaining health. It is designed to be gentle and non-invasive to the body, and suitable for pregnant women, children and pets.

The list of medical conditions and treatments given in the user guide does not imply that these are the only conditions that can be treated by using coMra therapy. Please contact us if you would like information about treating a condition that is not listed.

coMra therapy acts locally on organs and tissue that are directly affected by the disease or injury, as well as systemically on those organs and systems that are vital for performing a wide range of regenerative functions, including:

    • Tissue and organs injured or damaged through disease or medication overuse;
    • the nervous system: brain, spinal cord, ganglia and nerve pathways;
    • circulatory system: arteries, veins, lymph nodes;
    • immune system: blood, lymphoid organs;
    • endocrine system: adrenal glands, thyroid, etc;
    • detoxification: kidneys, liver, lymph, colon, etc.

How to apply coMra therapy

The primary impetus of coMra therapy is to stimulate cellular metabolism in a variety of ways through the near infrared laser and magnetic field.

Therapeutic effects include the stimulation of ATP production within cells, together with a range of bioenergetic effects that are absorbed and transmitted by blood, lymph and cellular water to all cellular processes. The common denominator of diseased cells is a bioenergetic deficit. This can be recovered at a superficial level within minutes of application, as the laser stimulates the existing energy-producing cellular mechanisms. This fast resolution is felt as symptomatic relief of pain, restoration of digestion and sleep and so on.

Experience has shown that the coMra Palm and Delta devices can be used successfully as a universal approach for injuries, diseases and also for preventative medicine. The transient increase in cellular energy created with the devices is sufficient to provide supportive conditions for healing. Since the regeneration of tissue can take time, depending on the nature and severity of the injury or disease, it is recommended to apply coMra therapy over a number of treatment courses (from weeks to months). For example, it has been shown that it is possible, over time, even to regenerate cartilage tissue.

The healing effects of coMra therapy can manifest from within several minutes (increase of cellular ATP) to up to two weeks (DNA expression, stem cell stimulation). Therefore include rest periods between treatment courses to allow the body to heal itself.

Lack of any change after the first 4-5 treatments generally should point to a necessity to change treatment approach.

In case of chronic/severe conditions, it may be best to carry on with daily treatments and not take any breaks until significant improvements become noticeable. When treating serious and prolonged diseases which have led to depletion in the body relapses can occur after the initial improvements.

The body requires continual bioenergetic input to continue with the healing process when
there is severe depletion, so do not stop treatments.