I would like to make a proposal to UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s Hospital and that is offering my services to develop a complementary venue for pain management treatment. State of the art medicines used for pain treatment can be matched on a molecular level as a compound electromagnetic frequency that the body recognizes. An example is the matched frequency for Ibuprofen that is discussed here and on a video here.
I know this because of a particular pattern recognition ability I have with weak electromagnetic fields. It is a similar process to that of developing the skill of human echolocation but in this case it is the skill of interpreting weak electromagnetic fields and their physiological effect on the body and most likely other biological life.
There are two ways to use the designer fields. One is simply playing the mp3 audio file through an electrical coil creating the desired electromagnetic field without sound. The other method is tuning material such as a silicone wristband with this designer field that will take on many of the pain relieving characteristics of the original chemical compound. I can envision a blanket-like device with embedded coils that would create a pain mitigating field as well as simply wearing tuned material to that pain relieving frequency. Both methods work. As little as six watts of power is sufficient for a electrical coil device and would work easily with a mp3 docking station.
The beauty of working with matched designer fields for pain therapy may be avoiding adverse reactions due to the actual chemicals, allowing for lower doses of medications, and maneuvering to other effective pain management frequencies if chemical tolerance becomes an issue.