Therapy process with papimi

On average, treatments last between 10 and 30 minutes and usually occur every two to three days. Many patients report significant improvements after just a few sessions. Depending on the condition and severity of the illness, treatments can also be performed several times a day.

The papimi treatment is performed in three simple steps:

Step 1

In diagnostic treatment with papimi, the body is scanned with an applicator to look for further weak points and problem regions.

Step 2

The doctor adjusts the distance and dosage of the Ion-Induction by feedback from the patient, thus enabling painless therapy and the greatest possible effect.

2

The doctor adjusts the distance and dosage of the Ion-Induction by feedback from the patient, thus enabling painless therapy and the greatest possible effect.

Step 3

The applicator is held close to the relevant part of the body in order to carry out the Ion-Induction. Depending on requirements, the distances are adjusted and individual applicators are used.

Practical tip

A full-body treatment before the actual local application can achieve faster and more comprehensive results. The metabolism and related microcirculation are stimulated and the body is optimally prepared for the therapy. 

Practical tip

A full-body treatment before the actual local application can achieve faster and more comprehensive results. The metabolism and related microcirculation are stimulated and the body is optimally prepared for the therapy.