QRM Technology in Physiotherapy

The New Frontier in Physiotherapy

The Q-Physio is a newly developed Medical Device which is based on the innovative QMR Technology (Quantum Molecular Resonance).

Unlike more traditional Radiofrequency devices, Q-Physio is not based on the Hyperthermia (heating) effect. Due to the peculiar spectrum of multiple frequencies transferred simultaneously, and its unique way of interacting at cellular level the injured tissue is stimulated in such a way that a regenerative process is induced.

Technology QMR (Quantum Molecular Resonance)

QMR (Quantum Molecular Resonance) is an innovative Technology that describes the interaction of molecular bonds with an electric field having a certain spectrum of frequencies transmitted simulta-neously. QMR in its application in physiotherapy induces a regeneration of injured tissues through cellular stimulation.

QMR in physioterapy The QMR in Physiotherapy is not based on a tissue heating effect but on the regeneration of the biological tissue through the particular cellular stimulation. This interaction with the cells occurs in a completely different way than the traditional hyperthermia. The effectiveness and capability of QMR technology in physiotherapy is supported by Scien-tific Studies that prove its validity.

After several years of research conducted in collaboration with the Department of Human Anatomy and Physiology of the University of Padua, it has been discovered that, when the high frequency electrical fields generated by Q-Physio (Rexon age Technology) interact with the muscle cells in culture, the metabolic pathways are activated and produce the following effects:

QMR Technology in Physiotherapy

Q-Physio Operating

The tissue regeneration

Cell stimulation induced by q-physio

The following pictures A, B, C show a single muscle cell being stimulated by QMR. The cell misshapes when the QMR electrical field emitted from the tip of a tiny electrode is on (picture B), and then returns to its original shape when the stimulation is interrupted (picture C). This stimulation, which is a sort of a “cellular massage”, has an impact on the different membrane proteins (receptor), intended to detect mechanical type of stress and induce a cell mitosis process.

Finally, one of the University Studies on the tissue showed that after a course of a QMR stimulation the parvocellular infiltrate (black dots) were observed inside the muscle bundles. This is a result of the regenerative process in progress.



Q-physio Therapy does not induce a scar-like repair of the injured tissue, but it rather stimulates the regenerative capabilities of the tissue itself, which leads therefore to the regrowth of the tissue with some proprieties and characteristics of the original one.

Wide range of treated areas and pathologies

The therapy with Q-Physio is very effective in the treatment of a wide range of pathologies, due to the particular energy produced with a wide spectrum of frequen-cies (from 4 MHz to 64 MHz), which are simultaneously transmitted to the patient.

Very fast, steady and permanent results

The patient can be treated immediately after the injury, as there is no hyperthermia effect. Due to a fast anti-inflammatory and anti-edema action the patient benefits of a significant pain decrease even from the first therapy session. Thanks to the therapy made with Q-Physio the healing is usually stable, permanent and without relapses.

Cellular safety

In order to ensure maximum safety for the patient, Telea has performed a series of experiments to ascertain that the stimulation conducted with QMR therapy is totally safe and does not induce any type of cellular damage.

Safe therapy for the patient

Thanks to the extensive experience gained in the use of QMR Therapy in physiotherapy, Telea can certainly affirm that it has always proved to be very safe and free of side effects.


In Medicine

The therapeutic action of the Q-Physio is usually accomplished in two phases. Firstly, induces a strong anti-inflammatory and anti-edema effect which leads to a significant decrease of pain. During the second phase, which occurs later in the following weeks until the end of the therapy cycle, the damaged tissue regenerates in a stable and permanent form.

Conditions of use and Therapy protocol

The treatment of pathologies not related to chronic diseases usually gives positive results very quickly. In these cases, a substantial reduction of the pain is obtained after only 2 -3 sessions. The patient should, however, continue and conclude the scheduled sessions, in order to achieve a complete regeneration of the injured tissues, therefore stabilizing and consolidating the result.

The standard protocol prescribes 2 -3 sessions per week, although the treat- ment may also be carried out every day. The duration of each therapeutic session is approximately 20 minutes, depending on the type of pathology and the extension of the treated area.

Sports Rehabilitation

Although Q-physio is extremely valid in the treatment of acute, chronic and/or degenerative diseases, another field where it finds its best application through fast results is in Sports Medicine. Thanks to QMR technology the injured athlete can be immediately subjected to the therapy, speeding up the healing period. Top ranking sports clubs that are using QMR Therapy in the treat-ment of injured muscle and / or articular injuries are able to achieve rapid results and significantly speed up the resumption of competi-tive activities.

QMR Therapy is delivered by Q-Physio through the use of various accessories developed to make the most of QMR technology. During the delivery of energy, the patient perceives a pleasant warmth, radiating only to the skin due to the contact impedance (different composition betwe-en the electrodes and the skin with which they are in contact). The warmth must never be annoying or unpleasant. It is also possible to combine more accessories in the same thera-peutic session but not at the same time.

Adhesive Electrodes

These types of electrodes, once connected to the chosen area, are activated sequentially, following the settings selected by the therapist. This static modality turns out to be particularly useful also in those cases in which the therapist is called to manage several patients at the same time.

Handpiece electrode

These types of electrodes, once connected to the chosen area, are activated sequentially, following the settings selected by the therapist. This static modality turns out to be particularly useful also in those cases in which the therapist is called to manage several patients at the same time.

Active gloves q-touch

The innovative Q-Touch glove allows the therapy to be delivered through the hands of the therapist without the latter being involved. The result is a perfect combination of manual therapy and stimulation with high frequency QMR fields.