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The Ondamed is a PEMF therapy device that relies on a biofeedback process between practitioner and patient.
It does have FDA approval and is recommended by some notable practitioners, but there are several drawbacks. First its $15,000-$25,000 versus around $3575-$6000 for the iMRS 2000.
Secondly it requires significant training and support along with an extended application period.
The iMRS 2000 is easy to use, and does not require the practitioner to be present for application.
Thirdly, the biofeedback on the Ondamed is very subjective and requires practice and skill. The practitioner has to actually "feel" the patients pulse and spikes in the pulse as he/she is scanning the frequencies. The iMRS 2000 iMORE biofeedback is totally automated, 100% accurate and easy to use such that no practitioner or person needs to be feeling for a pulse. This lets the user relax and enjoy the treatment without external aid needed.
In conclusion, the iMRS 2000 is a fraction of the cost, easier to use, has a more advanced biofeedback feature, is more time efficient and has several accessories not available on the Ondamed. And like the Ondamed, it is also FDA registered.
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