Frequently Asked Questions

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Does insurance pay for SoundWave Hawaii Therapy?

Not yet. However, the cost of a SoundWave Hawaii Therapy therapy treatment is about the same as a typical co-payment.

Are there any negative side effects?

No. In over ten years of clinical use, there have been no reports of any negative side effects.

Is there anyone who should not use SoundWave Hawaii Therapy?

Our SoundWave Hawaii Therapy is safe for everyone. There are no known contra-indicators to treatment.

What if I have a pacemaker or other device implanted in

my body or I'm on medication. Is it safe for me?

Yes. SoundWave Hawaii Therapy does not interfere with any medical devices and does not impact the effects of medication. In fact, there have been numerous instances of individuals having dosages reduced after having had a SoundWave Hawaii Therapy treatment. It's safe for your electronic devices, too, so feel free to bring your phone, tablet, or computer with you!

Can the volume of the SoundWave Hawaii Therapy tone be harmful?

No. In order to conduct university studies, SoundWave Hawaii Therapy was required to retain an independent audiologist to measure the decibel levels generated by a SoundWave Hawaii Therapy System. Results confirmed decibel and frequency levels that SoundWave Hawaii Therapy utilizes are not harmful to humans. Most people find it more pleasant to listen to music or an audio book or podcast during treatment, so feel free to bring your favorite listening device.

What should I wear?

No preparation time is necessary and clients do not need to disrobe during therapy. Most of treatments are scheduled for 60-minute therapy sessions; although more time may be necessary depending on the severity of the condition. This therapeutic procedure is safe, pain free and is not known to interfere with any known pacemaker, pain-pump, or other implanted or electrical devices.