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We know of tuning forks because they are used to tune musical instruments. 

For example, the musical note A has a frequency of 440 Hz and middle C has a frequency of 261,625 Hz.


Healing tuning forks are instead tuned to specific frequencies that have different beneficial effects on our body, depending on their tuning frequency. 

These different frequencies have been studied at the Centro de Terapia de Sonido y Estudios Armónicos in Buenos Aires, in collaboration with Argentine and foreign hospitals. 


The 128 Hz healing tuning fork can effectively fight contractures as well as muscle and bone pain.  This frequency is especially helpful in alleviating localised pain. 

The 128 Hz healing tuning  fork is, therefore, used on contractures or aching areas. 

An optional, wide-tip accessory (optional) is used to increase the size of the treatment area, so as to increase the vibration contact area, 

There are two methods for “playing” this tuning fork:  tapping one tine (one of the two prongs) on the hand’s carpus or with a special metal and rubber stick (optional).


The 136,1 Hz tuning fork is used to rebalance internal organs by stimulating the well-known reflex points and their corresponding meridian points mapped by Chinese traditional medicine.  This tuning fork is used on acupuncture, shiatsu, reflexology, acupressure and auricolotherapy points. 


If the exact position of these points is not known, an optional wide-tip accessory can be used to increase the contact area.  The wide tip is not used in auricolotherapy as stimulation areas are very small and close together.  In this case an optional pointed accessory is used instead. 

There are two methods for “playing” this tuning fork:  tapping one tine (one of the prongs) on the hand’s carpus or with a metal and rubber stick (optional).





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