1. You seriously need to consider Hulda'Clarks recommendation 323.5 kilohertz for mycoplasma- not over 10 minutes or use Spooky2 recommended mycoplasma-the lower level (research "Mycoplasma fermentans rheumatoid arthritis) as well as Use the spooky recommended mycoplasma fermentans DNA frequency setting. I saw this on contact save a lot of time and trouble. Seriously research I have seen other things, but would be my first stop to look.
2. If you have 4 generators (which the generators do not need updating) - you can run 4 different programs on this person. If you have contact, you can run a contact session (or do pulse biofeedback) then remove contact, attach remote to continue remote treatment the rest of the day.
When designing a program, I would keep it 2 hours or less for the best efficacy. Run different programs on different generators.
Consider what causes RA and run that on a generator. Perhaps this person needs detoxing - so can have dedicated gen to detoxing.
3. Mycoplasma, ureaplasma, chlamydia, Streptococcus pneumoniae or Streptococcus pyogenes, uric acid. Have some programs for kidney, especially in case of stones.
4. One generator detox maintenance, one specifically for pain management, one for pathogens that cause RA, maybe one for joint health. Just an idea. You might be able to grade scan a set for RA and use that as the main treatment generator. Contact sessions once or twice a day at a comfortable voltage plus remote through the day.
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