Frequencies are transmitted through the electrodes connected to the SCIO device on one end and to the person's wrists, ankles and forehead electrodes on the other end.
In order to provide the highest level of efficiency during the session, it will be beneficial to provide an environment in which the person will feel comfortable. The duration of the session may vary depending on the purpose and expertise of the practitioner.
At the beginning of each session, a calibration process of approximately 1 minute takes place. The sessions take an average of 1,5-2 hours.
During the calibration stage, the person's normal reaction levels are determined and some basic values are measured. In addition, if any geopathic stress is detected to be effective on the person, frequencies are given to neutralize this stress. Calibration aims to get more efficient and more accurate effects during the test.