Please see an animation (31 sec.) on the mechanism of action for VET-2 Sonotron: http://www.panmedic.net/fish/mechanism.html
It is postulated that VET-2 Sonotron removes excess free radicals in sick cells by changing them into Oxygen and water. As a result, transmembrane potential of the cells returns to normal. Symptoms exhibited by the cells are reduced immediately.
An example is pain. Pain is a symptom exhibited by sick nerve cells. It is felt when transmembrane potential of the cells is at a certain level. Normal cells have a transmembrane potential of about 70 mV. That of cells exhibiting chronic pain is about 55 mV (cancer cells - 15 mV; dead cells - 0 mV).
Excess free radicals in nerve cells cause the change in value of their transmembrane potentials.
Free radicals are independent molecules, each with an unpaired electron. They are unstable because the unpaired electrons constantly seek other electrons to pair with them. Before they find their partners, free radicals influence the membranes of the cells they are in.
Sonotron on the other hand produces an electronic discharge in free air. This is unique. It produces the discharge with only one pole. Normally, this happens when there is an opposite pole. As such, the CDB will zoom its electrons to any receiving pole when it finds one.
Excess free radicals in sick cells behave as the opposite pole for the Sonotron energy. Sonotron electrons travel directly to and react with the free radicals, converting them to Oxygen and water.
As a result, the excess free radicals are removed. They don't influence the cells anymore. Transmembrane potentials return to normal. Symptoms of pain disappear. Before disappearing, each subsequent exposure to Sonotron energy gives rise to a progressive reduction in the intensity of pain.
The return to normal status of the electrical potential of cell membranes subsequently influence the nuclei in the cells. They function normally and reproduce cells normally. Excess Oxygen and water that now exist in the cells help to quicken the reproduction.
In the case of horse tendons, VET-2 Sonotron induces rapid healing by fast production of new, normal cells.