The QUEX ED and the QUEX S

The Quality User Experience device
taking the technology into today's world




This latest QUEX ED™ Biofeedback System is the most recent generation in our  Quantum Biofeedback systems.  The QUEX ED™ Biofeedback System is the predecessor of the EDUCTOR Biofeedback device and has been greatly improved, 

The new enhanced features enable more accurate testing and detection of abnormalities related to the electrical activity of the patient/client's stress factors. The QUEX ED™ and the QUEX S Biofeedback System's retraining programs  assist in the re-education training and balancing process.

The devices are indicated for use and registered as  universal electrophysiological biofeedback systems

This includes the following Eight Universal Items:

Stress Reduction and Lifestyle Stressors Questionnaire;
Simple EEG [electroencephalography] brain wave stress reduction including Cranial electrotherapy;
Three-pole ECG [electrocardiography] simple heart awareness stress reduction;
EMG [electromyography] simple reeducation of muscles;
GSR [galvanic skin response] and TVEP [transcutaneous voltammetric evoked potential];
Transcutaneous electro nerval stimulation for pain reduction;
Trauma or wound healing and electro-osmosis;
Global Voltammetric Charge Stability;

 All of these combine to form a universal electrophysiological biofeedback system for the detection of stress and reduction of stress, and the treatment of muscular re-education from injury, muscle weakness or dystonia, pain (TENS [transcutaneous electro nerval stimulation]), trauma/wound healing, charge stability imbalance, redox potential and electrophysiological reactivity."

The current version of the QUEX ED and QUEX S are based on over 20 years of history, research and experience throughout the World.

The QUEX S (our upgraded SCIO Device) utilizes evoked potential  SCIO 2002 biofeedback technology, incorporated with our latest 2019 hardware and OMNIS software.

The hardware consists of a digital interface box attached to the computer with electrodes within straps that attach to the extremities of a client.