Avazzia Technology


Because Avazzia features an interactive response, the microcurrent signal is constantly being adjusted to changes in tissue characteristics. Thus the body doesn’t “habituate” or “accommodate” the microcurrent signal. The device measures tissue response and adjusts the microcurrent signal. In surveys, users report that using Avazzia treatment lessens pain, improves sleep and dramatically increases users’ ability to return to daily activities.

Devices produce microcurrent impulses, transmitted through the skin to interface with the body’s internal peripheral nervous system for the purpose of therapeutic intervention.

Devices react to the body’s response to the microcurrent stimulus. With each response, the electrical properties of the tissue change. The device detects changes and responds, resulting in the very next signal being modified. This is possible because the devices have a unique analog output which establish a “cybernetic loop” between the device and the body’s tissue.

 The system’s cybernetic loop is comprised of a high speed microprocessor which controls and monitors a unique analog output circuit which produces the pulsed, bi-phasic, high-voltage, damped sinusoidal waveform.

The microprocessor performs mathematical algorithms to manage and control the analog output microcurrent signals.

An electrical feedback loop is established between the analog output circuit and the tissue being treated. With each applied stimulus, the electrical properties of the tissue changes and therefore the analog output is changed.

The microprocessor measures the changes in the analog signal and provides reaction data to the user. Professional models with digital displays provide numeric readings of tissue reaction and response data.