Short Answer: Infrared thermography, blood serum analysis of creatine phosphokinase (CPK) and aspartate transaminase (AST), surface EMGs, ultrasounds and X-rays have all been used to analyze and measure the improvement of the body after using the AlphaSonic.  >>>> See our page Scientific Data.

            Long Answer: There have been several studies used to measure the aid of the AlphaSonic, including:

  1. Infrared thermography studies have shown dramatic reduction in thermal gradients (measures surface temperatures indicating heat). Medical infrared imaging (MIR) entails the use of high-resolution infrared cameras and sophisticated computer processing to produce a topographic heat map display, which bears a resemblance to the visible image of the body. MIR is applied in the clinical environment as an aid in the diagnostic process. It is used for the thermal analysis of patients with various conditions in acute, chronic and preventative health care.

According to, the following lists just some of the conditions that have associated infrared thermal emission markers:

  1. Altered gait manifestations
  2. Arteriosclerosis (peripheral)
  3. Brachial Plexus Injury
  4. Breast Disease
  5. Bursitis
  6. Carotid Artery Stenosis
  7. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  8. Chronic pain
  9. Compartment Syndromes
  10. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
  11. Dental Irritation/Inflammation
  12. Diabetes (secondary complications)
  13. Disc Syndromes (spinal discogenic pain)
  14. Facet Syndrome
  15. Fibromyalgia
  16. Headache Evaluation (e.g. cervicogenic, migraine, sinus)
  17. Herniated Disc/Ruptured Disc
  18. Hypesthesia
  19. Hyper aesthesia
  20. Inflammation
  21. Intervertebral Disc Disease
  22. Ligament Tears
  23. Lumbosacral Plexus Injury
  24. Muscular Spasm
  25. Muscle Tears
  26. Myofascial Irritation
  27. Myofascial Pain Syndrome
  28. Nerve Entrapment
  29. Nerve Impingement/Pressure
  30. Nerve Root Irritation
  31. Nerve Stretch Injury
  32. Neuritis
  33. Neuropathy
  34. Neurovascular Compression
  35. Osteoarthritis
  36. Paresthesia
  37. Peripheral Nerve Abnormalities
  38. Pinched Nerves
  39. Referred Pain Syndromes
  40. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
  41. Repetitive Strain Injuries
  42. Raynaud’s Disease
  43. Rheumatoid Arthritis
  44. Sacroiliac Ligament Tear
  45. Sacroiliac Syndrome
  46. Sensory Nerve Abnormalities
  47. Sinus Irritation/Inflammation
  48. Skin Conditions
  49. Soft Tissue Injury
  50. Spinal Cord Injury
  51. Sports Injuries
  52. Strain/Sprains
  • Superficial Vascular Disease
  • Synovitis
  • Temporal Arteritis
  • Tendonitis
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  • Thyroid Conditions
  • TMJ Dysfunction (TMD)
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • Trigger Points
  • Whiplash Conditions

Sources: Index Medicus – J Thermology, Acta Thermographica, J Breast,


  1. Blood serum analysis of creatine phosphokinase (CPK) and Aspartate transaminase (AST). Studies revealed dramatic reduction of elevated levels of both CPK and AST within 24 hours of AlphaSonic application. CPK enzymes are found in muscle, including the heart. These enzymes can rise due to falls, injury, heart attack, workouts, or inflammation in muscles (myositis). (Source:

AST enzymes are found in muscle and the liver. Higher-than-normal AST levels may be caused by:

  • Chronic hepatitis
  • Cirrhosis (long-term damage and scarring of the liver)
  • Blockage in the bile ducts that carry digestive fluid from the liver to the gallbladder and intestine
  • Liver cancer

Extremely high AST levels can be caused by:

  • Acute viral hepatitis
  • Damage to the liver from drugs or other toxic substances
  • A blockage in blood flow to the liver

Your doctor might also compare your AST and ALT levels. If you have liver disease, your ALT level will usually be higher than your AST level.

Other conditions not tied to the liver but that can also raise your AST level include:


  1. Surface EMG– detects electrical activity in nerve/muscle. Surface EMG have shown decreases of highly elevated activity after use of the AlphaSonic (e.g. spasm associated with sciatica). Since it’s so portable you can take it to your doctor and have this measured.

The following is an excerpt from:

If you have numbness, decreased sensation, tingling, radiating pain or burning, your doctor may refer you for an EMG. Symptoms such as muscle spasms, weakness and difficulty buttoning clothes, handling objects or walking may also indicate the need for an EMG. Conditions that EMG testing helps diagnose include carpal tunnel syndrome, pinched nerves, radiculopathy, sciatica, neuropathies, muscle diseases, muscular dystrophy, Lou Gehrig’s disease and myasthenia gravis.

  1. Ultrasounds– detects scar tissue thickness, fluid and adhesions. Ultrasounds of before and after cases can be seen in our members area>>>>
  2. X-Rays– detect fractures, breaks and bone loss. X-rays in both people and animals have revealed very good results and can be viewed in our members area>>>>>