Remission 1°C Hyperthermia

Hyperthermia usually is taken to mean a body temperature that is higher than normal. High body temperatures are often caused by illnesses, such as fever or heat stroke. But hyperthermia can also refer to heat treatment – the carefully controlled use of heat for medical purposes. Here, we will focus on how heat is used to treat cancer.

When cells in the body are exposed to higher than normal temperatures, changes take place inside the cells. These changes can make the cells more likely to be affected by other treatments such as radiation therapy or chemotherapy. Very high temperatures can kill cancer cells outright (thermal ablation), but they also can injure or kill normal cells and tissues. This is why hyperthermia must be carefully controlled and should be done by doctors who are experienced in using it.


When the high frequency electric energy is applied, when the direction of the current changes, the molecules composing the tissue vibrate, causing friction, causing body heat through rotation, twisting, and collision. Unlike other electricity, the high frequency electricity, the high frequency electricity not stimulating the sensory nerves or motor nerves do not cause inconveniences or muscle contraction and has the advantage of heating specific parts of the human tissue, and the high frequency energy converted to heat energy increases the temperature of the organization, increasing the function of cells, and increasing the about of blood flow.


Increases the body's immune system

Treats bacterial and viral infections (Tested on covid-19)

Treating hypoxia - increasing tissue oxygenation

Management of muscle or joint pain

Hypertension, congestive heart failure and stroke

Wound healing of diabetes, kidney disease, arthritis

Erectile dysfunction

Chronic fatigue and body detoxification