Research with athletes
In 2004 there was a research conducted on a group of cyclists from sports club KS Szurkowski. As a result PULSSON Therapy was used in preparations of a national team before World Championship in Madrit to improve effective regeneration after trainings and achieve better performance.
The research was aimed at analysis of dynamics in total oxygen use , frequency of heart contractions and lactic acid build up during interval training and recovery break, the latter utilizing two methods: standard recovery and session on PULSSON. Higher oxygenation of blood and faster balancing of heart rhythm pattern were observed after the session. Thus with each test exercise capacity increased. Athletes described their subjective feelings as relaxing, reducing muscles tension and mentally unwinding.
Reseach confirmed legitimacy of using PULSSON in sports and expediency of futher analysis
Research was supervised by prof. dr hab. Tomasz Gabryś from AWF (Academy of Sport in Warsaw). Results were published in “Annales Medicine” of Medical Academy in Lublin and presented by Dr Szmaltan-Gabryś during XIV International Science Conference “Directions of improvement in sport trainings and sport competing” in the Centre of Olympic Preparations in Spala in 2005.
Research carried out in 2005 by dr Jacek Giovanoli-Jakubczak on a live blood cell with a dark-field microscope showed that after a PULSSON session the blood picture presents higher oxygen parameters which is evidenced by separating sticked blood cells and dissolution of toxins.
Before PULSSON session:
Rouleaux of red blood cells and plasma contamination are visible. Deformed and depressed cells indicate low vitality. It commonly results from inadequate oxygen supply, excessive free radicals, acidosis, unhealthy eating habbits.
After PULSSON session:
Blood picture of the same person is normal. Observations reveal visible changes. Red blood cells are pushed up, filled with oxygen and energy. Particles of dirt and debris are gone.
Based on many years of observations, the author of the method posits a hypothesis that PULSSON balances cell membrane potentials and initiates energetic processes in mitochondria thus compelling them to produce energy and induce cell division which in turn leads to new cells formation, and by the very nature of it – to ageing prevention. This process provides similar effects as it is with plant cells introduced with rotating movement.
All research was funded from own resources. The device and and the method were presented on fairs and conferences in Poland and in Sweden as well as introduced to a big number of scientists, for example in Poznań University, Academy of Sport in Kraków and Katowice.